Virtualization | Server Consolidation
With capabilities that just are not possible with a physical server environment, virtualization has been a game changing technology in IT for many years. The benefits of moving to a virtual infrastructure are many and companies that have adopted the technology find that they just couldn’t live without it.
VMware virtualization solutions offer you many advantages and are the choice of more than 400,000 customer, including 100% of the Fortune 100. Built on VMware vSphere, the world’s most proven, robust, and reliable virtualization platform. With solutions that cover the spectrum from desktop to datacenter, VMware provides the industry’s lowest total cost of ownership. As a VMware Enterprise partner, Intelinet Systems has been providing physical-to-virtual (P2V) conversions and server consolidation to the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area for many years. From new implementations to managing and supporting existing virtual environments, Intelinet Systems is the right choice for your virtualization needs.
Microsoft Hyper-V is a hypervisor-based server virtualization product enabling consolidated workloads and helping improve server utilization and reduce costs. Hyper-V is an effective method to improve resource utilization, increase availability, and improve agility within an organization’s infrastructure. Hyper-V Server provides a simple server virtualization solution for any size organization. As a Microsoft certified Silver Partner in Silver Management and Virtualization, Intelinet Systems provides virtualization and consolidation services around the Hyper-V server virtualization product.
In a virtual environment, the purpose of the SAN is to allow multiple Host servers access to a pool of storage and enable the sharing of the data.
Using a SAN to provide storage for virtual machines provides several benefits. By using a SAN, you can:
- Provide a large amount of storage to your virtual machines
- Increase data access performance
- Improve recoverability of the virtual machine because of data redundancy and backup features of the SAN