One of the central intentions of virtualization is to run applications which almost invariably require multiple units of hardware. It gives organisations the ability to work on futureproofing, reducing the requirement of physical hardware of your organisation and taking everything to the cloud. This not only helps to keep your organisation flexible and versatile, but it is an essential aspect of disaster recovery.
With virtualisation, you not only make the future-proofing decision to use cloud services, but you also take care of planning for both your business strategy and capacity. From reducing downtime to saving on infrastructure purchases and maintenance costs.
We use both VMWare cloud computing and virtualisation software and Hyper V, Microsoft’s hardware virtualisation product, for our virtualisation solutions.