Server Virtualisation enables division of a single physical server into a multitude of servers, called Virtual servers. Each of these servers, Instances, will run their own operating system and will act as a single server in their own right. Resources of the physical server, such as CPU, Memory and Storage are then divided between the Virtual servers according to requirement. By virtualising servers, businesses can reduce their hardware footprint and hence save on procurement, management and support costs. Furthermore, server virtualisation also improve Backup and Restore and Disaster recovery processes. Each virtual server is backed up as a single image which can then be restored onto another physical server.
Entegraty offers server virtualsisation based on Microsoft’s Hyper-V and vmWere’s V-Sphere technologies.
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