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Virtualization Solutions

Expand your virtual infrastructure into a virtual datacenter operating system. Build a more resilient infrastructure and get better control over your desktops, servers, and applications.

Business Impact of Virtualization

Cost Savings

Energy Efficiency

Cloud Computing

Datacenter Solutions

Server Consolidation

Business Continuity

Virtualization Management

Desktop Solutions

Desktop Virtualization Solutions

Business Process Desktop

Mobile Secure Desktop

Branch Office Desktop

Run more apps on less hardware. Improve availability and performance. Virtualization simplifies your IT.

Server virtualization

Infrastructure management

Centralize and automate management of IT infr

astructure from anywhere. Prevent problems before they happen. Gain unified visibility into both virtual and physical infrastructure

Business continuity

High availability. Keep your critical apps always up and running. Automate disaster recovery across multiple sites

Desktop virtualization

Consolidate and manage end-user devices from a central console. Deploy desktops in minutes. Simplify access to data and apps from any device

Virtualization dramatically improves the efficiency and availability of resources and applications in your organization. Internal resources are underutilized under the old “one server, one application” model and IT admins spend too much time managing servers rather than innovating. An automated datacenter, built on a VMware virtualization platform, lets you respond to market dynamics faster and more efficiently than ever before. VMware Infrastructure delivers resources, applications—even servers—when and where they’re needed. VMware customers typically save 50-70% on overall IT costs by consolidating their resource pools and delivering highly available machines with VMware Infrastructure.

How Does Virtualization Work?

The VMware virtualization platform is built on a business-ready architecture. Given how much the pace of business has changed, businesses are under increased pressure to stay efficient, agile and keep their competitive edge. Business leaders must continually invest in their IT systems to keep up with the business requirements. To that end, it's important to have dependable IT infrastructure that works and keeps a business running. As a business owner, you're also looking for peace of mind in the event a disaster happens. Naturally, all of these concerns come with a price tag attached. Managing server sprawl and disaster recovery can be expensive and time-consuming. There must be a better, cheaper solution out there, right?

What is Virtualization and How can it help My Business?
As anyone running a business with IT infrastructure knows, there are two big problems any growing business must face - increasing network complexity and server sprawl. As more and more applications go onto networked machines, the demands placed on servers are growing like never before. In the pre VM-ware era, independent servers were required for different applications. For example, an email server must be independent of a web-hosting server to avoid problems down the road with conflicting applications.

Virtualization solves this problem. Instead of using multiple pieces of hardware as servers, virtualization allows for a single server that houses a variety of applications in it.

Unlike traditional approaches, virtual machines simulate hardware instead of using real hardware. This means, in layman's terms, end users of applications - in this case, your workers - can use workstations and terminals connected to a single virtualized machine instead of running off multiple ones locally. Costs are reduced through energy savings, less investment in new servers and you're even being environmentally friendly.

Manage your Resources with the Lowest TCO

It’s not just virtualization that’s important. You need the management tools to run those machines and the ability to run the wide selection of applications and infrastructure services your business depends on. VMware lets you increase service availability while eliminating error-prone manual tasks. IT operations are more efficient and effective with VMware virtualization. Your staff will handle double or triple the number of servers, giving users access to the services they need while retaining centralized control. Deliver built-in availability, security, and performance across the board, from the desktop to the datacenter.

When Disaster Happens

From a cost benefit perspective, virtualization is a strong investment. But what about peace of mind and security?
The old ways of duplication and back-ups through multiple servers is not only costly, but an inefficient use of resources. For example, take email. Many companies use a back-up server to protect company email in the event of a disaster. In the old days, a disaster recovery plan could take several days to implement as virtually all hardware had to be duplicated and the server solutions required significant maintenance overhead to ensure information is accessible or readable afterwards.

How bad is it when your data center goes down? Industry research group Gartner Inc. has determined that two out of every five enterprises that experience a disaster go out of business within five years.

For companies slowed down for days or weeks by a disaster, the numbers are even more ominous: a stunning 93% of companies that lost their data center for 10 days or more filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster.

Virtual machines create a safety net for your business. Through continuous data protection, vital network data is sent to a virtualized, off-site server via the Web and over a secure Virtual Private Network constantly. The result? Quick and easy access to your data in the event of a disaster - a digital back-up that offers peace of mind.


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