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Hardware Virtualization Eliminates Server Sprawl and Utilizes Greater Server and Workstation Capacity
CFC Technology Corporation announced today that it is assessing the current operations and IT infrastructures of many of its community bank and credit union customers and offering them guidance before they migrate from an existing fully hardware-dependent environment to one that is significantly hardware-independent.

TechNET Virtualization from CFC Technology delivers increased capacity with less hardware. For instance, through virtualization technologies, multiple servers can be consolidated into a few or even a single server. Migrating from a physical environment to a virtual environment simplifies IT management so that financial institutions can leverage their storage, network, and computing resources to control costs and increase their response time if there is a failure or a disaster.

There is no longer the need to practice the old habit of buying a server for every community bank or credit union application, and a backup server for the application if it is designated to be part of a critical service, said Dan Sanderson, vice president, Technology, CFC Technology Corporation. Virtualization replaces the need to always buy new hardware and increase the size of a physical infrastructure when our customers face increasing IT/operations demands and a growing list of network-centric customer services.

TechNET Virtualization features VMware virtual infrastructure products. It is backed by CFC Technologys network engineers who are VMware Certified Professionals that deliver virtualization assessment, migration guidance and implementation services. TechNET Virtualization is part of CFC Technology TechNET Services, which include end-to-end network design, implementation and post-installation support.

For more information, join in on an informative, hour-long Webinar. To begin registering, visit: http://www.cfctechnology.com/webinars/virtual.html

Published Wednesday, October 24, 2007 8:47 AM by David Marshall
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