You have an IT environment growing at hyper speed or expanding and contracting nonstop. Scaling to meet your computing capacity needs is a given. Scaling your hardware costs that quickly or that often is not a given. Fortunately, our Dedicated Virtual Server make cost-efficient scaling a practical reality. It's a smart approach to hosting—one that constantly helps you better manage your hardware resources. With Dedicated Virtual Server, you get the most out of your servers and you only pay for the resources you're using at any given time.
Virtualization is a technology that separates and masks the physical aspects of an IT assetfrom business applications and end-users. Virtualization allows IT managers to provide a more lexible IT processing platform, in a more eicient and cost-efective manner, while presenting higher service levels to the enterprise. The core idea of hardware virtualization is to use software to create a virtual machine that emulates a physical computer running several operating systems simultaneously on a single physical machine.
Connet makes sure the solution works for you around the clock. The physical servers, the virtualization layer and the virtual machine are all managed 24x7x365 by our certified experts. So, you scale with your business and control your budget. All with a solution that delivers the support and expertise your business needs. In short, you accomplished what you set out to do—you got your money's worth without making sacrifices.
Rapid VM Provisioning Makes Scaling Easier & On-demand Computing Capacity Possible so you can meet your performance and capacity needs at a moment's notice (with pre-defined Virtual Machine)
The Security of Dedicated Virtual Server provides greater peace of mind if you're concerned about the compromises, unanticipated traffic spikes and security breaches that have plagued some shared virtualization application providers
Automatic Recovery Keeps You Up and Running, delivering redundancy by recovering data from a second host machine (multiple servers and SAN required)
Snapshots Provide Increased Data Protection during your OS and application upgrades
Use What You Pay For and Maximize Your Hardware Investment by better utilizing your servers through Virtual Machine
Pay for What You Use with Utility Billing that only charges for your Virtual Machine when they are turned on
Quickly Get To a Stable and Secure Virtualized Environment without investing your own time and resources to do it all yourself
Benefits of Virtualization
- Turns your data center into a “green” center – using less energy, less space, and creating less heat.
- Increases overall uptime for end users – pooled processing and storage creates built-in failover.
- Provides hardware independence – applications become hardware agnostic, freeing you from vendor exclusivity and allowing bare metal builds at your secondary data center.
- Controls spiraling IT maintenance budgets - you buy only the processing and storage capacity you need, and it allows business day IT maintenance without application downtime.
- Establishes a foundation for new services, such as platform as a service (Paas), 1 to accelerate customer application deployment and promote cloud-aware application design principles.
- Enables extension to public service providers as needed to manage spikes in demand.
- Positions IT as the broker of cloud services across the enterprise. In this role, IT can offer perspectives and skills to help users find the best internal or external solution for their needs, as well as better utilize existing private cloud resources.
- IT can reduce the risk of working with public providers by helping to meet LOB expectations on price, capacity, and provisioning speed, while ensuring that organizational requirements for security and data governance are in place.
Deployment models include private, public, community, and hybrid clouds. Service layers for each of these delivery models include:
• Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) – Cloud infrastructure is the collection of hardware and software that enables the essential characteristics of the cloud. IaaS enables users to self-provision these resources in order to run platforms and applications.
• Platform as a service (PaaS) – PaaS enables users to adapt legacy applications to a cloud environment or develop cloud-aware applications using programming languages, services, libraries, and other developer tools.3
• Software as a service (SaaS) – Users can run applications via multiple devices on cloud infrastructure