According to an estimate, servers operate not more than 20% of its capacity, which drives the server’s load and complexity. Server virtualization addresses all type of operating systems to run on a single physical server as virtual machines, with access to all application. Server virtualization improves the overall efficiency of servers and reduces cost while enabling faster workload deployment, increased application performance, and higher availability. Furthermore, as operations get automated, IT becomes simpler to manage and less costly to own and operate.
Server virtualization is concealing of server resources that include physical servers, processors, and operating systems. The server administrator uses a software application to divide one physical server into multiple isolated virtual environments. Our 3 server virtualization approaches include: the virtual machine model, the Para virtual machine model, and virtualization at the operating system (OS) layer. We do this based on our hypervisor software that helps the physical server’s CPU and hard disk storage space.
Through this we keep the OS maverick and make the load properly and put it on the physical server by all virtual creations. The OS level virtualization takes place through the host OS, which is been controlled, thereby necessitating the use of the OS. But this homogenous environment still maintains the individual identity and independence of virtual servers.
Server virtualization is part of our virtualization service where we adapt new trends that helps the enterprise IT providing storage virtualization, network virtualization, and workload management. This trend is one component in the development of autonomic computing, in which the server environment will be able to manage itself based on perceived activity. Server virtualization can be used to eliminate server sprawl, to make more efficient use of server resources, to improve server availability, to assist in disaster recovery, testing and development, and to centralize server administration.