Virtualisation: creating a virtual (rather than physical) version of something.
From an I.T. perspective this commonly includes servers, PCs or operating systems etc. For example you may have a number of servers within your network carrying out specific roles all sitting on different pieces of hardware. With virtualisation these can all be run from one single server which can increase capacity, reduce energy and hardware costs and be managed from one single console.
Consolidation – less space, less power, less hardware to operate the same network
Efficiency – Deliver applications in a highly efficient and scalable way
Resilience– High availability for business continuity (keeping everybody working)
Scalability– A virtualised infrastructure that can grow as your business does
Cost control – Reduce capital and maintenance costs through less hardware and infrastructure administration
Green I.T. – Improve energy efficiency to reduce your carbon footprint
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