Microsoft’s virtualization and management solutions, built on Windows Server will allow businesses to easily deploy high-performing, cost-effective solutions.
Hyper-V is Microsoft’s Hyper-Visor service. It was first integrated into Windows 2008 and has continued to be improved upon in the current version of Hyper-V 3.0 included in Windows 2012 R2. With Hyper-V server role in Windows Server, a company can create a virtualized, server-computing environment where it can create and manage virtual machines.
A company can run multiple operating systems on one physical computer and isolate the operating systems from each other. With this technology, it can improve the efficiency of its computing resources and free up valuable hardware resources. Today the Hyper-V platform is being used to deliver the technology to create and manage advanced virtual environments.
Some of the key benefits to Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization platform are:
- Easy installation
- Reduced licensing costs
- Live Migration and Storage Migration
- Extensible virtual switches
- VM guest replica
- Dynamic memory
- Failover Clustering Enhancements
We have extensive knowledge using virtualizing server, desktop, and applications. Our experienced consultants can assist businesses in designing, implementing, and supporting highly available, performance-based Hyper-V networks that will allow our clients to securely access data.
VMware’s greatest benefit is its ability to control and allocate hardware resources more efficiently than the generally used server operating systems (Windows, Linux etc) by themselves. VMWare works as an integrated addition to these Operating Systems.
VMware allows multiple servers to be consolidated onto fewer hardware devices and utilizes hardware investments more effectively and can create spillover benefits such as better longevity and redundancy.
VMware’s benefits increase more in these environments, due to enterprise-class blade server systems and Storage Area Networks (SANs). Working together, VMware ands us can bring true “Data Center” type power and functionality to the small and medium businesses, essentially creating a very flexible “private cloud computing” environment.