Server Virtualization is using a software to divide one physical server into multiple virtual environments, each running its own operating system and applications, to help maximize your server resources.
Myanmar Oriental Bank's virtualization strategy, powered by VMware, has helped transform its IT infrastructure to one that is virtualized, flexible & efficient. The bank is now able to accelerate time-to-market and deliver always-on banking services.
Virtual Servers offer programmers isolated, independent systems where you can test new applications or operating systems. Rather than buying a new server, a Virtual Server can be created on an existing one. Thus you can run the software without worrying about affecting other applications.
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Improve Disaster Recovery
Server Virtualization has software applications that automate the Disaster Recovery Plan if and when a disaster strikes. It is the same software which usually offers a way to test the DRP as well. Thus, you can actually test and see if the DRP works in reality, rather than being uncertain of its performance when the time comes.
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It's common practice to dedicate each server to a single application. The network administrator can consolidate several applications into one server running multiple virtual environments. Organizations using hundreds of servers will save great physical space.
Extend Life of Legacy Systems
In order to continue offering the services provided by legacy systems, a virtual version of the hardware could be created on modern servers. The programs perform as if they were still running on the old hardware. This lets your organization transition to new processes without thinking about potential hardware failures.
Generate Less Carbon Footprint
Servers generate heat, leading to more amount of cooling solutions. This causes more consumption of power. Virtual Servers helps reduce the carbon footprint of your organization significantly.
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