VMware Server Consolidation for Small Businesses

By : |March 15, 2013 0

BANGALORE, INDIA: With VMware virtualization, smaller businesses achieve efficiency savings previously available only to very large companies. Right now, your servers may run at just 10% to 15% of utilization. We can drive this to as high as 80% utilization, saving you money without sacrificing the dependable application performance you need.
Run a Lot More Apps on a Lot Less Hardware

VMware virtualization consolidates your apps on many fewer physical machines, which are easily managed as a pooled resource. Nothing changes for your applications. Performance levels stay high or soar even higher, while you gain dramatic benefits:

80% greater utilization of every server
Server count reduced by a ratio of 10:1 or better
Up to 50% savings in annual capital and operating costs

Only with VMware

Comprehensive resource prioritization

Achieve the highest service levels, performance, and efficiency for your business, by reserving pooled storage, network, and computing resources for your most critical applications

Consolidate more workloads

VMware’s vSphere virtualization platform is designed from the ground up to maximize efficiency, reliability, and security…unlike a re-purposed operating system. Your hardware runs more virtual machines, and you have fewer patches to worry about

Shared storage not required

VMware gives you the option of deploying an efficient and resilient IT infrastructure without shared storage hardware, by pooling data across your server hosts


Products for Business Continuity Products for Server Consolidation

VMware vSphere with Operations Management Acceleration Kits

Scalable server consolidation, automated business continuity, and centralized management for all your applications.

VMware vSphere Essentials Kit

An all-in-one solution enabling small offices with 20 physical servers or less to consolidate workloads and achieve business continuity and simplified management.

VMware vSphere Storage Appliance

Easily transform internal server storage into a highly available shared storage resource.

Source: www.vmware.com

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