Analyze, Design, Virtualize, Consolidate, Optimize

If your aging network must juggle multiple operating systems, and your applications must run on multiple platforms and hardware systems from different vendors, your business is bound to experience the impact of bottlenecks and poor performance. DynamIT Solutions can look at your current infrastructure and legacy systems then evaluate the business case for consolidating your network.

Our virtualization and server consolidation solutions can help you:

  • Consolidate outdated hardware and legacy applications
  • Design, build and test applications more effectively
  • Create business continuity policies and expand to prepare for growth
  • Support business growth or consolidation requirements more quickly

Virtualization & Server Consolidation

What is server virtualization?

Server Virtualization is a proven technology that enables multiple virtual machines to run on a single physical server. Each virtual machine is completely isolated from other virtual machines and is decoupled from the underlying host by a thin layer of software known as a hypervisor. This allows each virtual machine to run different operating systems and applications.

Improve the efficiency and availability of IT resources and applications through virtualization. Start by eliminating the old "one server, one application" model and run multiple virtual machines on each physical machine. Free your IT admins from spending so much time managing servers. About 70% of a typical IT budget in a non-virtualized datacenter goes towards just maintaining the existing infrastructure, with little left for innovation and focus on the business' technology objectives.

Why Your Company Should Virtualize

Virtualizing your IT infrastructure lets you reduce IT costs while increasing the efficiency, utilization, and flexibility of your existing assets. Around the world, companies of every size benefit from virtualization. Thousands of organizations—including all of the Fortune 100—use virtualization technology like VMware virtualization solutions. See how virtualizing 100% of your IT infrastructure will benefit your organization.

Top 5 Reasons to Adopt Virtualization Software

  1. Get more out of your existing resources: buying and deploying less hardware as well as fully utilizing the capabilities of your network servers.
  2. Reduce datacenter costs by reducing your physical infrastructure and improving your server to admin ratio: Fewer servers and related IT hardware means reduced real estate and reduce power and cooling requirements. Better management tools let you improve your server to admin ratio so personnel requirements are reduced as well therefore freeing up IT administration resources.
  3. Increase up time availability of hardware and business application for improved business continuity securely backup and migrate entire virtual environments with no interruption in service. Eliminate planned downtime and recover immediately from unplanned issues.
  4. Gain operational flexibility: Respond to market changes with dynamic resource management, faster server provisioning and improved desktop and application deployment.
  5. Improve desktop manageability and security: Deploy, manage and monitor desktop environments that users can access locally or remotely, with or without a network connection, on almost any standard desktop, laptop or tablet PC.

What is a Virtual Machine?

A virtual machine is a tightly isolated software container that can run its own operating systems and applications as if it were a physical computer. A virtual machine behaves exactly like a physical computer and contains it own virtual (ie, software-based) CPU, RAM hard disk and network interface card (NIC).

An operating system can't tell the difference between a virtual machine and a physical machine, nor can applications or other computers on a network. Even the virtual machine thinks it is a "real" computer. Nevertheless, a virtual machine is composed entirely of software and contains no hardware components whatsoever. As a result, virtual machines offer a number of distinct advantages over physical hardware.