Business agility depends upon IT agility, and IT agility depends upon virtualization.

Do you know that most companies physical servers utilize only 10-15% of each server's capacity?

A challenge of IT departments today is maximizing their hardware investment and managing their infrastructure efficiently while also providing support to their growing companies. Server virtualization provides a way to partition the resources of a server so that there can be multiple virtual servers running om top of one physical server that are completely isolated and encapsulated, preventing conflicts between what happens on one virtual server and another.

Multiple virtual servers run on one physical server to maximize utilization, resulting in a space and power savings of about 80%, and freeing up real estate. Centralized management of servers, storage and backups is an added benefit that most IT staffs are striving to achieve.

 

Virtual Infrastructure enables enterprises to simplify their IT environments, improve responsiveness and flexibility, while fully leveraging their computing investments.

How can Macrolevel help you?

Virtual Infrastructure helps you lower costs, respond faster to business demands, while delivering a more flexible and consistent IT infrastructure. Macrolevel's engineers will evaluate your IT infrastructure, provide a virtual infrastructure design, pilot the solution, and assist with production implementation.

  • Adopting virtual infrastructure allows IT be more responsive to business needs:
  • Deliver IT infrastructure that is more flexible and consistent.
  • Achieve 60-80% utilization rates for Intel servers, up from today's 10-15% averages.
  • Respond faster to business demand and provision new servers in minutes instead of days.
  • Dramatically improve Service Levels with Zero-downtime hardware maintenance.
  • Improve Disaster Recovery (DR) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTO).
  • Dynamically Allocate IT resources based on business demands and compute requirements.

What is Virtual Infrastructure?

Virtual infrastructure provides a layer of abstraction between the computing, storage and networking hardware, and the software that runs on it. Virtual infrastructure simplifies IT so companies leverage their storage, network, and computing resources to control costs and respond faster. In a virtual infrastructure, users see resources as if they were dedicated to them. The administrator manages and optimizes resources globally across the enterprise.

Why is Virtual Infrastructure Important?

Virtual infrastructure architecture enables business to lower IT cost through increased efficiency, flexibility and responsiveness. Managing a virtual infrastructure enables IT to rapidly deploy resources to meet business demands. With virtual infrastructure, IT organizations can provision new services and change the amount of resources dedicated to a software service. Your in-house or servers located in data center can be treated as a collective pool of processing, storage and networking power.