Maximise the value of virtualisation
What is virtualisation?
Virtualisation is the process of creating a software-based (or virtual) representation of something rather than a physical one. Virtualisation can apply to applications, servers, storage, and networks, making it possible to run multiple operating systems and applications on the same server.
What are the benefits of virtualisation?
Deploy workloads faster
Boost IT agility, flexibility, and scalability
Speed up application and resource provisioning
Reduce IT expenses
Simplify data center management
Help build a software defined data centre
How MTI can help
Although it delivers significant benefits, virtualisation also creates challenges when it comes to infrastructure, licensing, skills, and security. As experts in providing virtualisation solutions for datacentre, desktops and servers, MTI can help your organisation with its virtualisation strategy and ensure a smooth journey to the software-defined datacentre.
Maximum value, reduced risks
MTI can help you by ensuring that your virtualisation strategy will deliver maximum value, while minimising any potential risks and helping to reduce costs. Virtualisation can provide support and help your business to:
Recover quickly from systems failure and maintain business continuity
Consolidate all computing resources
Restore systems quickly following a failure
Simplify and accelerate the deployment of business applications
Secure your network
Proven virtualisation expertise
Wherever you are on the path to the virtualised datacentre, MTI can help by ensuring that your virtualisation strategy will deliver maximum value, while minimising any potential risks. Our virtualisation team works with clients across multiple industries, providing support for:
Application and data migration
Business and technical assessments
Capacity planning and thin provisioning
Implementation and configuration
Solution design and recommendation
Test plan and optimisation
Get in touch
Contact us to find out more about our virtualisation solutions.