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Create a software-based—or virtual—representation of applications, servers, storage, and networks that will help your business growth!


Create a software-based—or virtual—representation of applications, servers, storage and networks that will help your business growth!


Virtualization is technology that lets you create useful IT services using resources that are traditionally bound to hardware. It allows you to use a physical machine’s full capacity by distributing its capabilities among many users or environments. Virtualization is the process of running a virtual instance of a computer system in a layer abstracted from the actual hardware.

Our customers will be able to run applications meant for a different operating system without having to switch computers or reboot into a different system. It is the single most effective way to reduce IT expenses while boosting efficiency and agility for all-size businesses.

Types of Virtualizations

Data virtualization

Data that are spread all over can be consolidated into a single source. Data virtualization allows companies to treat data as a dynamic supply—providing processing capabilities that can bring together data from multiple sources, easily accommodate new data sources, and transform data according to user needs. Data virtualization tools sit in front of multiple data sources and allow them to be treated as a single source, delivering the needed data—in the required form—at the right time to any application or user.

Desktop virtualization

Easily confused with operating system virtualization—which allows you to deploy multiple operating systems on a single machine—desktop virtualization allows a central administrator to deploy simulated desktop environments to hundreds of physical machines at once. Unlike traditional desktop environments that are physically installed, configured, and updated on each machine, desktop virtualization allows admins to perform mass configurations, updates, and security checks on all virtual desktops.

Server virtualization

Servers are computers designed to process a high volume of specific tasks well so other computers—like laptops and desktops—can do a variety of other tasks. Virtualizing a server lets it do more of those specific functions and involves partitioning it so that the components can be used to serve multiple functions.

Operating system

Operating system virtualization happens at the kernel—the central task managers of operating systems. It’s a useful way to run Linux and Windows environments side-by-side. Enterprises can also push virtual operating systems to computers, which reduces bulk hardware costs since the computers don’t require such high out-of-the-box capabilities. They increase security since all virtual instances can be monitored and isolated and also limits time spent on IT services like software updates.

Network functions

Network functions virtualization (NFV) separates a network’s key functions so they can be distributed among environments. Once software functions are independent of the physical machines they once lived on, specific functions can be packaged together into a new network and assigned to an environment. Virtualizing networks reduces the number of physical components that are needed to create multiple, independent networks, and it’s particularly popular in the telecommunications industry.