Virtualization Infrastructure


  • Consolidates multiple, under-utilized physical servers on a single host, running Virtual Machines
  • Reduces workforce/space/kilowatt by leveraging virtualization for server consolidation and agility
  • Helps save money because less managing, less space and less kilowatt hours are needed

Virtualization refers to technologies designed to provide a layer of abstraction between computer hardware systems and the software running on them. By providing a logical view of computing resources, rather than a physical view, virtualization solutions make it possible to do a couple of very useful things: They can allow you, essentially, to trick your operating systems into thinking that a group of servers is a single pool of computing resources. And they can allow you to run multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single machine.

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Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

What is Hyper-Converged System?

Hyper-converged infrastructure solutions are a software-centric architecture that tightly integrates compute, storage, networking and virtualization resources and other technologies (BDR, Automation…etc) into a single chassis as a building block and expanded by just adding additional blocks. All network, storage, compute and virtualization resources are then managed through a unified toolset and interface that orchestrates resource configurations.

What are the benefits of Hyper-Converged systems?

  • Some Potential Benefits to Capitalize on with Hyper-Converged Systems:
  • Reduced expenses for expensive networking and storage hardware
  • Lower maintenance costs and more predictable maintenance costs
  • Significantly reduced provisioning times, reduced human error
  • Greater agility so that applications and services can easily be replaced, migrated or transferred
  • Hardware resources are easily and quickly expandable via adding another “block” that integrates seamlessly with previous infrastructure