What is Virtualization?
Virtualization is arguably the most important technology in recent times. It enables many of the enterprise solutions that are also considered game changers. Virtualization in simple terms, makes it possible to save considerable money by reducing the number of required servers in a data center, and adding management, agility and automation by allowing the dynamic movement of virtual workloads in a data center to optimize performance or facilitate Disaster Recovery services.
As the virtualization practice has evolved over the past few years, there have been more choices in virtualization platform, strategy, and costs. Verologix can help you choose which solutions are best suited for your business goals.
- Server Consolidation
- Simplified Disaster Recovery
- Quick Server Provisioning
- Virtual Lab / Sandbox
- Movable Workloads
- Novell Platespin
- Virtual Computer
Virtualization Empowers Cloud Computing
The real value of enterprise cloud computing occurs when virtualization enables the decoupling of hardware from software "workloads".
This single event is what makes it possible for companies to efficiently deliver computing services dynamically freeing the workloads from geography. When you hear about "cloud computing, know it is probably powered using virtualization.