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Multiple Machines On A Single Server

Simply put, virtualization is a method of running multiple machines using a single physical server.

In practical terms, imagine you have 3 physical servers each running an application; 1 mail server, 1 file server and 1 application server. Each server is only using about 25% of its capacity, but your paying for the whole server to run and hard drives to spin when being unused.


Virtualization allows you to put all 3 servers onto 1 physical server and run them with the same amount of resource needed, without paying for that wasted electricity, disk space, memory and cpu on 3 physical servers


Because each VM can run its own operating system and applications, virtualization reduces the need for additional server infrastructure and provides a cost-effective way to deliver different types of services.


There are many virtualization products on the market, but the two biggest and mainstream solutions are VMWare and Microsoft Hyper-V

Fulgent have certified staff in both products, and with years of experience will set your business up with the correct solution


Benefits Of Virtualization For Your Business

One of the most immediately recognized benefits of virtualization is a reduction in operating costs. Having the capability to share resources means an organization needs to purchase less physical hardware. Having one server capable of hosting multiple servers or one desktop with the capability to run several different desktop instances means less up-front purchasing costs. However, the cost savings aren’t limited to hardware. Less hardware on your network means less power consumption and less cooling costs. These equate into savings. Yet cost savings are not the only benefit you will see from virtualization. Other benefits include:

Minimized Downtime

VM’s can run in clusters meaning rebooting a server wont take the application offline as another server will take over the role, so staff can continue to work without any interruption

Faster Provisioning

No more waiting for servers to be delivered, manually built and configured, a new VM can be spun up, be put into a live production environment and fully operational within minutes

Continuity and DR

Our software will monitor your systems 24/7, identifying issues in the early stages to eliminate downtime. Proactive maintenance increases the life of your IT equipment, saving you money.

Simplified Management

Less management of multiple physical servers and parts, with consolidated hardware comes consolidated management, freeing time for other areas

Increased Functionality

Functions such as snapshots allow you to roll a VM back to a point in time, which could eliminate re-install of applications or even server re-builds

Address Compliance

Having the ability to clone individual VM’s and entire virtual infrastructure’s to offsite locations will help you meet any compliance requirements you may have

Virtualization isn’t a game, Its your answer to digital transformation


Servers, Desktops, Operating Systems, Networks

Virtualization isn’t confined to just servers, you can virtualize many aspects of your IT infrastructure.

Server virtualization enables multiple operating systems to run on a single physical server as highly efficient virtual machines. Key benefits include:

  • Greater IT efficiency
  • Reduced operating costs
  • Faster workload deployment
  • Increased application performance
  • Higher server availability
  • Eliminated server sprawl and complexity

Desktop virtualization allows deployment of  simulated desktop environments to multiple physical machines at once.

Unlike traditional desktop environments that are physically installed, configured, and updated on each machine, desktop virtualization allows admins to perform mass configurations, updates, and security checks on all virtual desktops.

Using built in tools like Microsoft Hyper-V or 3rd party programs like VMWare Horizon you can run multiple operating systems on your Desktop.

Have a Windows 10 desktop but want to try out Linux; operating system virtualization allows you do this without having to swap hard drives, or dual boot machines and potentially break existing boot loaders

By completely reproducing a physical network, network virtualization allows applications to run on a virtual network as if they were running on a physical network — but with greater operational benefits and all the hardware dependencies of virtualization.

Vitalizing networks reduces the number of physical components—like switches, routers, servers, cables, and hubs—that are needed to create multiple, independent networks

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