Server Virtualization is the process of masking or hiding server resources from server users including the identity of physical servers, processors, and operating systems. Servers host files and applications on networks and must be powerful. Servers are often used for a specific task that needs a dedicated machine because some applications may conflict with each other. Although this approach can streamline a network, it can also require a lot of space as networks grow and become more complex. Data centers can become overcrowded and require a lot of power to operate them and keep them cool.
“Each virtual server can efficiently use the space available on the physical server.”
Virtualization of servers can prevent the need for more space by using specific software to convert physical servers into several virtual machines. Each virtual server can run its own operating system and can efficiently use the space available on the physical server.
Virtualized servers provide many benefits and mitigate typical pain points of IT.
JKS can help you plan, design, and implement virtualized servers to provide the best ROI for your company.