Why Virtual 
Why Virtual

From a business perspective, there are many ways in which your organization can benefit from using virtualization.

  • Maximize resources – Perhaps the most common problem being solved with virtualization today - applications are running on their own dedicated servers, which results in low server utilization rates across the server environment. Server consolidation is used to help maximize the compute capacity on each physical server which therefore increases ROI on existing and future server expenditures.
  • Test and development optimization - Test and development servers can be rapidly provisioned by using pre-configured virtual machines. By leveraging virtualization, development scenarios can be standardized and quickly executed upon in a repeatable fashion. It also allows for increased collaboration, and ultimately helps with delivering a product to market faster and with less bugs.
  • Quickly respond to business needs – Deployment processes are becoming more difficult to manage in a complex environment and IT is unable to adapt as quickly to changing business requirements. Moving to a virtual environment helps with procurement, setup and delivery, giving IT the efficiency needed for rapid deployment.
  • Reduce business continuity costs – Virtualization encapsulation (creating an entire system into a single file) and abstraction (removing away the underlying physical hardware) help to reduce the cost and complexity of business continuity by offering high availability and disaster recovery solutions where a virtual machine can easily be replicated and moved to any target server.
  • Solve security concerns - In an environment where systems are required to be isolated from each other through complex networking or firewalls, these systems can now reside on the same physical server and yet remain in their own sandbox environment, isolated from each other using simple virtualization configurations.

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