• Server Virtualization

With server consolidation and virtualization using any Virtualization technology (VMWare, Microsoft, Citrix), you can centralize your server management and automate your data center. This eliminates over-provisioning and results in better server utilization.Server consolidation offers several benefits such as:

  • Reduce hardware and operating costs by as much as 50%

  • Reduce energy costs by about 80%

  • Reduce provisioning time for new servers by up-to 70%

  • Reduced downtime and quicker disaster-recovery

  • IT Services on demand independent of hardware, operating system or infrastructure

      • Network Virtualization

Traditional network architecture results in underutilized network resources, neither very efficient nor agile. Network virtualization solves the complexities associated with the traditional network architecture and contribute to increased network agility and flexibility.Network virtualization enables the management and monitoring of an entire network from a single software-based administrator’s console. Different network architecture and protocols can be deployed over a shared physical infrastructure. It facilitates inter-domain interoperability and on-demand provisioning of the network.JAAZ is a technology leader in design and implementation of Virtualization. We have experience in virtualizing every element of the datacenter: servers, network, security and storage.Using network virtualization, an organization can:

  • Optimize application performance & network speed

  • Achieve Network optimization of : data transfer rates, flexibility, scalability, reliability and security

  • Reduce overall operational cost

  • Optimize the network resource usage

    We work with leading technology vendors such as VMWare, Nutanix, CISCO and HPE to design and deliver network.

      • Storage Virtualization

Organizations today have to deal with exponentially growing data. They need to identify storage and archival systems that are not only cost effective, but also fast and easy to manage. Storage virtualization is the route that several organizations are adopting to optimize storage utilization, while at the same time building in ease of management and flexibility and agility to expand without compromising on ease of usage.Storage virtualization hides the complexity of the SAN by pooling together all storage devices such that to the user it looks like just one storage device. This also helps IT administrators perform backup and restore tasks much more easily. Some of the other benefits of storage virtualization are:

  • Better storage management

  • Higher availability

  • Increased utilization of storage

  • Easy update and expansion, reduced downtime

  • Easy backup, restore and DR

However selection of storage virtualization technologies - software and/or hardware needs in-depth understanding of storage hardware, software, virtualization and experience in actual implementation of implementing storage virtualization across different platforms and enterprise environments. It can be a complex task requiring specialized knowledge to design storage virtualization stacks that can stand the test of time and changing technologies.

      • VDI (Virtualized Desktop Infrastructure)

Desktop virtualization is software that separates the physical desktop environment and applications from the clients used to access it. It is generally deployed along with solutions that virtualize the desktop applications and user profile management. The solution in its entirely is termed VDI - Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.

By segregating the physical clients from the Desktop environment and applications, VDI brings in several benefits to IT such as easier storage and DR. It also reduces user management time, and increases productivity, even while giving users the flexibility to use a variety of devices.

While the benefits of VDI are many, you need to consider many factors before going down the VDI path, such as:

  • How well will your users embrace VDI

  • Factor in implications to your future operating systems and device strategies

  • Do you have adequate storage, and is the additional storage requirements available, or do you need to make major capital investments?

  • How well does it work with your current network business applications

  • Enhances end point security by centralizing all client resources

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