Companies today are looking at server virtualisation as a way of reducing financial and operational costs. Virtualisation is the creation of a virtual (not physical) version of hardware, software, memory, storage, data and network.
Virtualisation allows multiple virtual servers to consolidate and run on a single physical machine, with each virtual server sharing the resources of that one physical machine across multiple environments. Different virtual machines can run different operating systems and multiple applications on the same physical machine.
Who Needs This?
Companies who are using older application versions and do not wish to buy multiple licenses for the outdated application
Companies who wish to reduce server hardware footprint
Companies who wish to implement IT Continuity Plan
NGS provides clients with a holistic view of virtualisation and advice on how to effectively implement it in their IT environment.
The virtualisation tools we used to integrate for clients are mainly VMWare or Hyper-V that enables organisations to realise cost savings through server consolidation and improve operating expenses through automation.