Virtualizing servers is a process which hides the actual server resources from the users. The number of physical servers and their individual details, relating to processors, storage, operating systems and so on, are combined into a single large virtual environment.
Using Server Virtualization allows individual applications to be run in their own separate environments on the same machine. As an example you could have both Windows and Linux systems running together on a single system. This allows you to save space, minimise complexity, cut energy costs and gain greater flexibility in the use of resources.
If you already have a Server Virtualisation project underway, get in touch with SAS today to see how we can help you. SAS can provide a shortlist of suitable Server Virtualization Software partners for your business. Our service is non-chargeable and there is no obligation to proceed with our selected vendors.