Systemat's virtualisation solutions enable you to consolidate and manage your fleet of servers dynamically. Discover how virtualisation is synonymous with flexibility, security and substantial savings for your company.
Improve the efficiency of your resources and increase the profitability of your existing infrastructure.
Here are the five main advantages of switching to the virtualisation of your infrastructure today:
Optimum viability of your infrastructure
Virtualisation helps you to consolidate your servers and increase their usage rate. Rather than a "1 application, 1 server"approach which only uses part of the capacity of your server, install several virtual machines on the same physical server to use all their potential.
Today, installing a new virtual machine is as a quick and easy as copying a file to one of the servers of your fleet. Installing, migrating and testing Windows or UNIX systems are now quick and easy.
A high level of permanent availability
Your computer system must not fail, that is why the virtualisation of your data center guarantees the rapid resumption of your activities. Migrating a complete virtual machine to a healthy server easily and planning your maintenances, guarantees uptime of almost 100%.
An ever greener computer environment
Consolidating your servers helps you to reduce the number of physical machines. The immediate result is that you consume much less energy, in other words, less pollution and a visible reduction in your electricity bills.
A carefully designed solution for security
In the event of incidents, the software server, its applications and its files may be copied easily from one machine to another, thus ensuring optimum security for your data. Virtualisation enables your computer department to draw up a quick and efficient DRP (Disaster Recovery Plan).
The partial or complete virtualisation of a data center is the most modern form of management of computer resources. It is particularly suited for the following:
More and more companies remote their data and computer resources to shared, remote servers. "Cloud computing" consists of a pool of virtual machines for remote backup or distribution of resources (software or OS).
Disaster Recovery Plans or DRP
The virtualisation of computer resources limits interruptions to the service in the event of incidents and enables the DRP to be prepared more easily than with a conventional infrastructure where each intervention continues to be carried out manually.
Virtualisation enables us to envisage a drastic reduction in the number of servers: several virtual machines are installed on a single physical machine and run on it at the same time. Fewer servers mean less consumption of electricity and less pollution.
Quick, easy scaling
Virtualisation enables a company of grow quickly and easily. Rather than place orders for new hardware, just add virtual machines to the existing fleet. The computer department may also create totally secure testing environments on demand.
Your engineers are not the only ones to take the advantage of virtualisation. The company as whole benefits, thanks to the resulting dynamism and savings:
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