Virtualization refers to the technologies designed to provide a layer of abstraction between computer hardware systems and the softwares running on them. Providing a logical view of computing resources rather than a physical view; it allows one computer to run multiple operating systems, leading to a more efficient use of hardware resources thus providing a logical view of computing resources rather than a physical view.
Beyond the potentially dramatic cost savings,
virtualization can greatly enhance an organization’s
Reduced CAPEX (Capital Expenditures) and OPEX (Operating Expenses)
Increased Efficiency, Agility and Availability
Fast Provisioning of Applications and Resources
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Simplified Data Center Management
Building a True Software-Defined Data Center
The journey towards the cloud begins with virtualization.
Virtualization has emerged as an innovative technology
that enables datacenters to deliver cloud services. Virtualization
can increase ‘Information Technology’ agility, flexibility, and scalability while creating
significant cost saving. Workloads get deployed faster,
performance and availability increases and operations
become automated, resulting in IT that’s simpler to manage
and less costly to own and operate.
Software Defined DataCentre
Server virtualization enables multiple operating systems to run on a single physical server, like a highly efficient virtual machine.
Network virtualization allows applications to run on a virtual network as if they were running on a physical network but with greater OPEX benefits and all the hardware independencies of virtualization. It presents logical networking devices and services logical ports, switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers and VPNs to connected workloads.
Virtualized desktops and applications can be easily and promptly delivered to branch offices, outsourced and offshore employees, and mobile workers using iPad and Android tablets.