Top Reasons to Adopt Virtualisation Software:
  1. Get more out of your existing resources: Pool common infrastructure resources and break the legacy “one application to one server” model with server consolidation.
  2. Reduce costs by reducing your physical 
    infrastructure: Fewer servers and related IT hardware means reduced space requirements and reduced power and cooling requirements.
  3. Increase availability of hardware and applications for improved business continuity: Securely backup and migrate entire virtual environments with no interruption in service. Eliminate planned downtime and recover immediately from unplanned issues.
  4. Reduce deployment times of new servers: Virtual machines can be deployed within hours rather than weeks.
  5. Reduce costs of implementing new applications: No longer will you need to purchase new server hardware when you implement a new application into your business. Make use of your existing hardware and create a new virtual server to run your application at a fraction of the cost.


Cut server costs with the efficiency of virtualisation.


Historically, a company will have one server dedicated to each application – inventory, financials, CRM, email, order-entry, security, website, and so on – each customised to the application.


There are downsides to this multiple server setup. Firstly, there is the waste of energy. Then there is the space needed to house the multiple servers, the downtime experienced when a server is down for maintenance and the cooling costs involved in keeping the servers at the right temperature.

The obvious way to improve efficiency is to run more applications on the one server. The solution that allows this is called Virtualisation. So instead of having 5 servers running at 15% capacity, you have 1 server running at 85% capacity. That means far less electricity and far less cooling.


Technicalities has partnered with the industry’s leading virtualisation provider, VMWare, offering the best and most trusted virtualisation solution. Technicalities have helped a number of businesses move to a virtualised server environment, including the use of SAN storage and fibre channel drives.