Virtualization for networks, storage and servers is reshaping the way organizations use IT. Network virtualization allows you to divide your IT needs among virtual, not physical, resources, and locate these services wherever it makes the most economic and operational sense—on-premise; over a private, hybrid or public Cloud; or most often, using a combination of on-premise and Cloud.
It's a simple and compelling concept and businesses have embraced virtualization with good reason. But virtualization is full of technological intricacies and pitfalls that often prevent businesses from taking full advantage of it.
For example, because the technology is so complex it's easy to make mistakes with hardware that won't support the virtualized load that is eventually placed on it, or hard drive types that can't support the demands of applications like Microsoft Exchange or SQL Server. Many small businesses also simply don't have the IT bandwidth to understand, plan and implement properly sized and designed virtualized systems.
Verus can help you avoid the mistakes and reap the full advantages of virtualization. We use virtualization extensively in our own data center, such as on our hosted Microsoft Exchange servers, and have extensive experience with planning and installing virtualized HP, Dell and other servers for hundreds of clients.
Verus can help you make the right decisions about licensing, equipment, memory and CPU requirements, hard drive type (SATA vs. SAS, for example), iSCSI connections and all of the myriad components that go into implementing virtualized systems that meet your precise business requirements today and avoid expensive mistakes tomorrow.