Did you know: You can access your virtual server from anywhere in the world within seconds. Not only can you access the data, but the programs as well. This is one of the biggest reasons business owners choose to go virtual.
Server Virtualization has become one the most important and beneficial network technologies over the past 10 years. Virtualization software (VMWare ESX. VMWare VSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V) allows you to run multiple server operating systems simultaneously on one physical server. This is possible because VMWare ESX, VMWare VSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V creates a virtual self contained image for each server. Each server hosted in the virtual environment shares hardware resources saving money on administration, power, rack space and hardware. Each image or server can have it’s resources adjusted to allow room for growth as well as the reduction of allocated resources which reduces server waste. Our Virtual Server Engineers are trained in virtualization resource optimization; this ensures that your hardware is being properly used and that critical servers have the optimal resources allocated. Find out how much your small business could save using virtualization combined with having your server offsite.
Virtual Server (Cloud Computing) Benefits
|Ability to run multiple servers on one physical server.|
|Less electricity and cooling required due to server consolidation.|
|Lower administration costs for server, single console for all servers.|
|Much lower chance of hardware failure.|
|Shared resources allow your admin to maximize the use of resources.|
If you have any virtualization questions or would like information on moving your servers offsite to our Tampa Datacenter (colocation) please call us for a free consultation 888-333-9340.
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