The term virtualization broadly describes the separation of hardware from a single operating system. That means, warding away from the physical delivery of the service, to creation of a virtual version of something – such as a hardware platform, operating system, server, a storage device or a network resource.
Virtual infrastructures go a long way in giving administrators the power to manage pooled resources across the enterprise, and allowing decision makers to better leverage infrastructure investments.
The Key Aspects of Virtualization
Server Virtualization: Often used as a synonym for advanced load balancing, we help enterprises virtual interface provide access to many different application services transparently. Virtual servers with robust topology and secure environment are applied to a host of application deployments and architectures, from front-end application servers to issuing the load among numerous web server platforms and even the data and storage tiers with database virtualization.
Storage Virtualization: This type of virtualization forms a base on which several important data services are formed. Services such as volume management, LUN control, snapshots, clustering, and data replication are significantly less complex when virtualization is present, than when it is not.
According to analyst reposts from Gartner and IDC, the average utilization of disk storage systems is currently 50%, and with improved storage utilization, can generate tremendous savings. TKIPL makes it possible to consolidate storage effectively and simultaneously reduce downtime, and manual administrative activities.
Network Virtualization: With an aim to cut down the overall IT expense of an organization and to make its applications and services more agile, TKIPL offers network virtualization solutions. When an organization transforms its traditional method of box based networking into a single unified platform, it benefits from faster recovery times, better management of the network and no place for intricate protocol overlays.
At TKIPL, we promise to revolutionize your application delivery process through efficient orchestration of services and robust provisioning.
Desktop Virtualization: Businesses are expanding, IT managers are often expected towork from remote client locations and mobile devices are increasingly used to support real time decision making. The best solution to address these changing needs of people effectively and cost efficiently is desktop virtualization. The virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) relieves an organization of the challenge to address a variety of end user requirements under the most secured, simple and stable environment.
TKIPL offers desktop virtualization solutions and guides organizations smoothly through the transition from traditional desktop computing to VDI. We empower your mobile workforce securely and cut down operational costs drastically. With desktop virtualization solutions from TKIPL, organizations become more agile, flexible and less labor-intensive.