Server virtualization software has become the top IT strategy for one reason: Business value. A fully virtualized data center delivers simplicity and efficiency gains once thought unattainable.
Our server virtualization solutions position infrastructure groups to quickly meet the capabilities and scalability the business demands to maintain agility and competitiveness.
Server Virtualization Solutions
Manufacturers have recognized the challenges in utilizing “designed-for-physical-environments” hardware in virtual solutions.
- Storage performance and throughput issues
- Data backup and recovery management and functionality challenges
- Management complexity
- Network limitations
Converged infrastructure architectures with virtualization in mind have begun to answer these issues. In addition, a new crop of emerging technologies are challenging the traditional methodologies to further increase simplicity and efficiency gains.
Migrate mission critical applications and data to a virtualized environment controlled by a converged infrastructure. Moving Tier 1 applications will reduce risk and increase ROI. In addition, moving applications to a virtual environment means they are stored much more efficiently. Our virtualization software results in great performance and scalability for existing and future end users.
Today’s workforce is both global and mobile. Performance expectations are constantly increasing as applications become more efficient, agile and flexible. End users today want the ability to work from anywhere, at any time and on any device.
The answer? Deploy a flexible virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to support the mobile and Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) end user trends. P1’s client virtualization solutions can help you:
- Increase Worker Productivity – Work from anywhere, at any time, from any device. Securely
- Increase Business Agility – Scale and adapt to changes without disruption
- Reduce Risk – Centralize data and applications in the data center
- Reduce Costs – Desktop support services are greatly reduced