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Consolidate Resources and add Efficiencies with Virtualization Solutions
Virtualization dramatically improves the efficiency and availability of resources and applications in your organization. Moving to a virtual environment can significantly optimize the performance of your server infrastructure, as well as better leverage desktop resources by consolidating resource pools and delivering highlight available machines to end users, ultimately reducing your overall IT costs by up to 70%. If your IT Admins are spending too much time managing servers rather than innovating, then virtualization should be considered. At ESP, we are certified partners for VMware and have helped many businesses plan out and deploy virtualization solutions to help them reduce costs and gain efficiencies throughout the organization.
- Server Virtualization
- Virtual Desktops
- Application Virtualization
VMware is the most trusted virtualization for desktop, datacenter and application virtualization. VMware offers the highest performing and most scalable virtualization platform in the industry for even the most resource-intensive business critical applications at the lowest TCO.
Let ESP Computer Consultants help you determine how you can optimize your IT infrastructure with our virtualization solutions. Contact us today for a complimentary analysis.
An automated datacenter, built on a VMware virtualization platform, lets you respond to market dynamics faster and more efficiently than ever before. VMware vSphere delivers resources, applications—even servers—when and where they’re needed.
Benefits of Server Virtualization
- Reduced hardware costs
- Less space needed
- Reduced energy used
- More flexibility and server setup and disaster recovery
- Less hardware and software to maintain
Benefits of VDI
- Reduced PC desktop costs
- Reduced energy needed
- Great control of data and applications
- Reduced maintenance costs
Benefits of VDI
- Dramatically improve security and support
- Less maintenance and upgrade time
- Less hardware power consumption and strain