Virtualization has become one of the hottest technologies on
the market, promising to transform the landscape of the entire
computing industry. The primary reason virtualization has grown so
rapidly in popularity is the unprecedented agility it provides for
Virtualization can transform IT environments by consolidating multiple systems into a single server, workstation, or PC, leveraging and maximizing the full value of your investments. Different types of virtualization include: server, application, desktop, operating system, data, and storage virtualization.
The two primary reasons to consider virtualization technologies are:
VNS has the experience, staff and vendor support to guide you to the correct virtualization strategy,
allowing you to maximize your hardware and IT efficiencies, while
achieving significantly higher server utilization rates by
consolidating hardware. As one of the most experienced solutions
providers in the San Joaquin Valley with both VMware, Citrix and
Microsoft technologies, VNS can:
Server virtualization allows you to increase the utilization of your existing hardware from 10%-15% up to 80%. This technology allows you to host many virtual servers on one physical server, lowering hardware and energy costs while increasing your organizations performance and versatility.
Application virtualization enables IT organizations to reduce the costs of delivering applications dramatically by centralizing management, security and control of applications and data. This flexible application delivery system automatically selects the best delivery method based on the user, application and network.
Desktop virtualization technology, also known as virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), allows you to centralize applications at the data center, making desktop delivery simple, secure and cost-effective. It is the best way to securely deliver Windows desktops to employees, in any location, over any network.
VNS has been providing virtualization solutions to our Fresno, Clovis, Madera, Visalia and Oakhurst customers since 1996.