Server virtualization brings positive transformations, such as reduced hardware costs, improved server provisioning and deployment, better disaster recovery solutions, efficient and economic use of energy, and increased staff productivity.


Provide fault and security isolation at the hardware level. Preserve performance with advanced resource controls.


Save the entire state of a virtual machine to files. Move and copy virtual machines as easily as moving and copying files.


Run multiple operating systems on one physical machine. Divide system resources between virtual machines.

Benefits of Virtualization

Virtualization can increase IT agility, flexibility and scalability while creating significant cost savings. Greater workload mobility, increased performance and availability of resources and automated operations – they are all benefits of virtualization that make IT simpler to manage and less costly to own and operate. Additional benefits include:

Reduced capital and operating costs.

Minimized or eliminated downtime.

Increased IT productivity, efficiency, agility and responsiveness.

Faster provisioning of applications and resources.

Greater business continuity and disaster recovery.

Simplified data center management.

Availability of a true Software-Defined Data Center.

Why invest in virtualization technologies?

Virtualization is not an IT trend. It is also not new, but it is new in many organizations, as companies of all sizes invest in virtualization technologies to reap its many benefits: energy savings, server and desktop provisioning, reduction in physical servers, increased uptime and availability, better disaster recovery and virtualized state of the arts technology.

Reduced Hardware Costs

In 2011, IDC reported a 40% reduction in hardware and software costs for IT departments that adopted a server virtualization strategy.

Faster Server Provisioning and Deployment

Server virtualization enables system provisioning and deployment within minutes, allowing you to clone an existing virtual machine in minutes.

Greatly Improved Disaster Recovery

Perhaps the greatest benefit of server virtualization is the capability to move a virtual machine from one server to another quickly and safely.

Significant Energy Cost Savings

The migration of physical servers to virtual machines allows you to consolidate them onto fewer physical servers. The result? Cooling and power costs are significantly reduced.

Increased Productivity

Applications that used to take days or weeks to provision are now done in minutes. This leaves your IT staff more time to spend on more productive tasks such as driving new business initiatives, cutting expenses and raising revenue.

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