Virtualisation allows you to run all your applications on fewer physical servers, giving your business both financial and technical benefits. As our dependence on IT continues to grow, so does the amount of space, time and effort needed to support it. Virtualisation allows businesses to really invest in their server technology and use them to maximum efficiency while the number of physical servers is greatly reduced.
One physical server can host many virtual servers, increasing efficiency and performance for optimal user experience and IT management
By reducing the number of physical servers, you reduce the need to upgrade as much hardware, the space required and the costs associated with running it.
Easier server maintenance through automated management tasks.
You can manage space quickly without relying on hardware delivery and setup.
Applications can be run on multiple virtual servers as a safety measure, so if one instance fails another can take its place to ensure no downtime through redundancy.
React quickly to requirements with the ability with elastic capacity allowing near-instant deployments.
Virtual servers give you improved responsiveness by letting you quickly and flexibly deploy applications in reaction to business changes, such as expansion.
Virtualisation is more ‘green’ as you reduce your carbon footprint and use of energy.