Server consolidation reduces the total number of servers as well as the server locations that an organization requires. As these underutilized servers are consolidated, thereby saving money while also creating maximum efficiency, configurations can overlap and become confusing. This is where server virtualization comes in, or when a software divides a physical server into many individual virtual servers. At Vista, we not only have the expertise to expertly consolidate your servers but also ensure it doesn’t reach overcapacity.
Server consolidation leads to the combination of underutilized servers. As a result, your organization will end up paying less. Provisioning and deployment are also much faster due to the ease of duplicating virtual machines.
Server consolidation allows for the number of servers to decrease, leading your organization to pay significantly less. You’ll also save on space and energy costs due to running fewer physical machines on-premise. At Vista IT Solutions, we help you resolve long-standing issues from a business point of view, and eliminate expenses in the bigger picture.
Server virtualization allows for easy data replication and backup in case of a disaster recovery scenario. Data and backups need to be quickly restored in such a case, and Vista can use server virtualization to help expedite that process.