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Better Promotion for Your Business with Server Virtualization

A Contributed Article by Deney Dentel, CEO at Nordisk Systems, Inc.

Server Virtualization has become an important aspect of business as it partitions a physical server into small virtual machines that can maximize the resources of the server. You can virtualize your business completely or some part of it that can increase the overall efficiency of your business. The entire IT infrastructure of your business can be made virtualized and greater benefits can be achieved. 

Hardware Abstraction:

When physical servers are replaced by virtual machines by server virtualization, costs that are required for hardware are decreased. Monthly costs for power expenses and cooling costs are also affected. The size of your data center footprint can also be decreased by server virtualization. Fewer servers will be required which will lower the hardware and maintenance cost. When the number of servers is reduced, it will also cut down the cost that is required for cooling and power purposes. In this way, we will not be required to purchase additional hardware for various business applications to support our business.

Encapsulation of Storage:

While making the server virtualized, data has to be stored virtually that is free from the hardware. It makes it easy for the user to move data permanently to the public or private cloud. This process is not so complex if you want to transfer your data permanently to cloud. This is how the data becomes more secure and a user becomes free from the threat of losing the data. The storage on the cloud is secured and one can rely on it. No one else can use your data as the cloud provides a strong level of security for your personal data related to your business.

Improved Monitoring and Troubleshooting:

Server Virtualization offers better monitoring for any inconveniences that you may encounter. You can better deal with the troubleshooting that arises in the system. Hardware requires more efforts in monitoring the problems during the execution while virtual servers offer a very low rate of troubleshooting. Virtualized servers have improved the overall troubleshooting that you face during the execution of various functions.

Workload Consolidation:

By the use of virtual servers, the workload can be divided and work can be done effectively. By moving the data permanently to the virtual server, you get effective ways of performing various tasks related to data and this is how your work becomes less difficult for you.

Improved Remote Management:

You can easily migrate your data to virtualized servers and the contents are also migrated to another server. You do not need to shut down the server if you want to perform specific tasks. You have improved remote management and your server never faces a problem of downtime. There is a very good scope of business if you use a virtualized server.


The benefits of virtual servers are great and business of all scales can be facilitated by it. It increases the overall efficiency of your business while reducing the hardware and maintenance cost. It simplifies the overall IT infrastructure that brings effective outcomes. It is a must-have technology when it comes to the future of an organization.


Author the Author

Deney Dentel is the CEO at Nordisk Systems, Inc., an open & unified storage and cloud computing service provider company in Portland, OR. Deney is the only localized and authorized  IBM business partner in Pacific Northwest.
Published Monday, April 20, 2015 6:26 AM by David Marshall
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