Virtualization - Doing More with Less
By sharing the resources of a single computer across multiple environments, virtualization technology essentially allows one computer do the job of multiple computers. Virtual servers and virtual desktops let you host multiple operating systems and multiple applications locally and in remote locations, freeing you from physical and geographical limitations. In addition to energy savings and lower capital expenses due to more efficient use of your hardware resources, you get a higher availability of resources, better desktop management, increased security, and improved disaster recovery processes.
With many flexible options available, GoTech has a solution for any and all of your hardware virtualization needs. We can develop and implement a computing infrastructure that is both streamlined and comes equipped with superior functionality and redundancy.
Why Should I Virtualize My Servers and Applications?
Server virtualization from GoTech lets you enjoy advanced features that just aren’t found on physical servers such as live migration, storage migration, fault tolerance, server stability and high availability of applications which translate to less downtime for your business. And because virtualized servers work isolated from each other, they feature utmost security and detects unauthorized usage of the host system or its virtual guest machines. They also support an environment where testing experiments can be conducted, without affecting the real system and features prompt disaster recovery options for data continuity so you’ll never have to worry about losing your critical data.
What’s more, server virtualization provides your business with near instant-on-capacity when a request comes down the chain. System provisioning and deployment can happen at a moment’s notice. Not only that, but virtualized servers reduce server footprint as they are consolidated so you enjoy lower monthly power and cooling costs. You’ll no longer need to buy hardware as it partitions your server into multiple virtual systems and uses the hardware of the host system, all of which saves you a lot of money. Last but not least, server virtualization prepares your business for the cloud by providing you with a solid virtual server foundation which makes transitioning to the cloud easier. You can move your virtualized data center to a private cloud, for instance, and reap the benefits of Cloud Computing without the complexity of the migration process.