Virtualisation helps you reduce capital expenses through server consolidation and improve operating expenses through automation, while minimising lost revenue by reducing both planned and unplanned downtime.
Beyond the potentially dramatic cost savings, virtualisation can greatly enhance an organisation’s business agility. Companies that employ clustering, partitioning, workload management and other virtualisation techniques to configure groups of servers into reusable pools of resources are better positioned to respond to the changing demands their business places on those resources. The focus of IT can shift from the technology to the services the technology can provide.
VMware vSphere is comprised of a number of features that transform industry standard hardware into a shared, resilient environment with built-in service level controls for all applications.
Hyper-V provides flexibility with features like live migrations and cluster shared volumes for storage flexibility. Hyper-V also provides scalability with up to 64 logical processors and support for Dynamic Memory.