24*7 Remote Monitoring
Site Space & Layout
- Main Area
- Equipment Area
- Backbone cabling
- Fiber Cabling
- UTP Cabling
- Communication Links
- Tier 1: Basic Availability
- Tier 2: Redundant Component
- Tier 3 : Concurrently Maintainable
- Tier 4 : Fault Tolerant.
- Raised Floors
- Noise Level
"A way to reduce costs by
consolidating services onto the fewest
number of physical machines"
What is virtualization?
Virtualization is a broad term that refers to the abstraction of resources across many aspects of computing
One physical machine to support multiple virtual machines that run in parallel.
- Too many servers for too little work
- Hardware reaching end of usable life
- High infrastructure requirements
- Limited flexibility in shared environments
Advantages of Virtualization
- Reduce the number of physical machines
- Isolate environments but share hardware
- Make better use of existing capacity
- Virtualized Network and SAN interfaces to reduce infrastructure needs
- Ultimately save on maintenance and leases
VMware vSphere Hypervisor (ESXi)
Virtualization Made Free and Easy
VMware vSphere Hypervisor is based on VMware ESXi, the hypervisor architecture that sets the industry standard for reliability, performance and ecosystem support. VMware vSphere Hypervisor is the easiest way to get started with virtualization.
- Run multiple applications on a single server
- Run a greener datacenter and reduce energy costs
- Back up and recover applications more easily
- Virtualize even business-critical applications
Get Easy-to-Use Production-Ready Virtualization
Save money on hardware, power and cooling costs and run a more responsive datacenter. VMware vSphere Hypervisor delivers unmatched levels of performance and reliability while reducing IT costs.