Virtualization

Virtualization

If you need to mitigate the risk and associated costs of downtime; ensure maximum availability and productivity for employees, customers, and partners; and save money without sacrificing performance of IT solutions and services, you need to consider Virtualization.

A method of partitioning one physical server computer into multiple “virtual” servers, giving each the appearance and capabilities of running on its own dedicated machine. Each virtual server functions as a full-fledged server and can be independently rebooted.

Cornerstone represents both Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware’s virtualization solutions because each products works well in certain environments and for specific purposes.  Listed below are some advantages of both products.  Cornerstone staff would be happy to meet with you and discuss which solution might work best in your environment.

Advantages of Virtualization

  • Increase hardware utilization
  • Reduced costs
  • Fewer systems
  • Less power
  • Less cooling
  • Lower IT resources
  • Reduced Infrastructure
  • Fewer racks
  • Fewer switches