Virtualisation is becoming increasingly useful to businesses; it doesn’t just save money and reduce capex spend, it also improves business continuity, increases flexibility and can even assist in disaster recovery. As virtualisation technology evolves beyond the domain of the server to include desktop virtualisation, this technology is becoming increasingly relevant in the business space.
At Virtunet, we can tailor a virtualisation solution to suit your unique requirements, based on our experience in devising, implementing and supporting virtual IT environments for a range of clients in educational, government and business sectors.
What is Virtualisation?
Virtualisation is the partitioning of one physical server into several virtual servers, or machines. Each virtual machine can interact independently with other devices, applications, data and users as though it were a separate physical resource. Different virtual machines can run different operating systems and multiple applications while sharing the resources of a single physical computer. Because each virtual machine is isolated from other virtualised machines, if one crashes, it doesn’t affect the others.
Network Virtualisation: Splits available bandwidth on a network into independent channels that can be assigned to specific servers or devices.
Application Virtualisation: Separates applications from the hardware and the operating system, putting them in a container that can be relocated without disrupting other systems.
Desktop Virtualisation: Enables a centralised server to deliver and manage individualised desktops remotely. This provides the user a full client experience and also allow your IT staff to provision, manage, upgrade and patch desktops virtually, instead of physically.
Virtual machine migration
Reduce desktop management issues
Virtualisation cost benefits
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