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WHY ARE VIRTUAL SERVERS A GOOD IDEA?
What is a virtual server?
In traditional servers, a physical machine runs a single operating system and can have multiple roles such as file share, domain controller, application. This arrangement underutilizes most of the server’s processing power and causes potential conflicts with different roles. In contrast, a server host can run several virtual servers. Each virtual server behaves exactly as if it has its own physical server, without being affected by other software existing on the same physical server. With this structure, the full processing power of the physical server is put to better use. Hardware that would be idle in a traditional server is instead active and supports multiple virtual servers.
How do small and medium businesses use virtual servers?
Can assign virtual servers to business units or subsidiaries (among other uses). Each business function (database server, application server, web server, etc.) has a dedicated virtual server to meet its needs. These virtual servers can have their own domain names, IP addresses, applications, and file directories. As far as the user is concerned, there is no obvious difference with this setup other than improved performance. The business as a whole benefits from lower IT costs.
Large businesses also benefit from server virtualization.
They often use virtual servers to consolidate multiple physical machines into a single physical machine or cloud hosting platform. This reduces the costs associated with using (and upgrading) more hardware than the business might need.
What are the benefits of virtual server?
Virtualization helps control resource allocation and reduces hardware redundancy. You only use the features you need at a time, so you don’t spend money on more hardware than you need. With a virtual server, you can easily add or reduce resources such as CPU, RAM, and disk space from a server that is not currently using them, and make them available where you need them.
On most virtual platforms, you can “move” a virtual server live from one “virtual host” to another. This allows you to manage hardware maintenance without incurring the typically required downtime. It also provides a level of server redundancy in the event of a mechanical failure of a physical host. In addition, virtual servers make great testing environments. You can isolate a virtual server from the rest of your network and test new internal applications and software without the risk of blind, company-wide rollouts.
Should I use virtual servers for my business?
The answer is almost certainly “yes”. Most businesses benefit from the use of virtual servers. Why “almost certainly”? There are some exceptions. The best way to find out if your company will benefit is to speak with a certified IT professional. Our experts can give you the pros and cons so you can make an informed decision. We’re ready to talk when you’re ready.