Virtualization optimizes resource utilization, lowers Capex, ensure resilience and provides ability for IT to respond to elastic business demands. Workload migration, expanded disaster recovery options and almost zero downtime in planned maintenance and the least in sudden failures are some of the many benefits of using virtualization technology.
In a well-designed virtualized environment, data centers are decoupled from hardware that is prone to failure. There are possibilities of failure either it is a hypervisor or physical server, but server virtualization provides an operational architecture which keep workloads available ensuring business continuity.
With business point of view, server virtualization technology enhances productivity and substantially saves cost by reduced hardware and premises requirements. Along with the capex, it also helps reduce Opex by lowering power, air conditioning and human resource requirements.
Virtualization can be deployed at various levels, either it is application, server or networks. However, migration to an ideal virtualized environment where CPU/IO Bound applications deliver desired level of performance, need careful design and deployment strategy.
Experts at Westbahr can help you analyze existing physical infrastructure to plan a road map for migration to a Vmware based virtualized environment. Westbahr also takes care of existing environment and provide on demand assistance in troubleshooting for any possible issues like performance, security etc.