Virtualization Services

Simultaneously run multiple operating systems from a single machine.

Leverage More Than Just Your Physical Assets

Go beyond basic virtualization – build an effective Data Center virtualization strategy that considers the impact beyond just servers to include SANs and storage, data protection, security, manageability, service, and sustainability.

We offer a variety of options, including virtualization for your own data center, to a virtual data center, or even a colocation data center, depending on your needs and goals.

Our process begins with a virtualization assessment that’s designed to give you the information you need to define and prioritize your current and forward-looking business and IT service requirements.

We present our findings, including detailed technical data center consolidation scenarios with associated ROI, followed by a strategic roadmap organized around our four strategic advancement areas: disaster recovery, virtualization, data center efficiency, and data protection.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Data Virtualization?
Data Virtualization allows applications to access and change data without technicals, such as physical location and formatting. This modern approach to data management and integration allows its users to connect to data, instead of just collecting it.
What are Three Benefits of Data Center Virtualization?
A virtualized Data Center opens up access to data, reduces costs, simplifies system efficiency and management. Because of virtualization’s better use of infrastructure, your employees are able to work and access important files from any location with Internet – and without much equipment. The eliminated need for software licensing also reduces IT overhead.
What Does Virtualization Include?
Virtualization includes but is not limited to the following: Virtual Data Center(s), Data Storage, Server, and Desktop Virtualization, Database Management, Data Backup, Virtualization Management/Monitoring Environment, Virtualization Service & Support Contracts, Knowledgeable Staff, and Hosted Virtual Desktop.
How Does Virtualization Help Data Protection and Disaster Recovery?
Because of how connected virtualization makes companies, it creates a layer of abstraction between operating systems and hardware. This means that your server, virtual machines, and entire network pick up on malicious viruses and damaging elements easier. Not only does virtualization protect data, but it also simplifies disaster recovery. In the event of a disaster, your virtual machines can be moved over to another system and accessed as normal (without rebuilding a physical server environment).