Virtual systems are software-based emulations of computers that run on top of physical hardware. They provide many advantages to your business, such as IT efficiency along with cost savings and security.

Virtual machines are great for testing new software, implement Wikis or Jabber IM services and create backup images of your current system for faster recovery in case of a catastrophe. VMs can be replicated and transferred to other physical servers in high-availability configurations, which can reduce downtime.

Virtualizing multiple systems could reduce the hardware and maintenance of servers as well as energy costs. IT teams can save time performing maintenance tasks such as updating software because the entire virtual infrastructure is managed by an integrated platform. This efficiency boost allows your team to concentrate on strategic initiatives that will improve the performance of your business.

Improved Data Security & Disaster Recovery

VMs are hardware-independent, meaning that they can be moved from one physical server to another just as easily as moving files on your desktop or laptop. This is helpful in situations where the company that developed an older piece of software goes out of business or is not supported anymore by the original equipment manufacturer.

The type of hypervisor used in a virtualized system can determine the success or failure of its management. A hypervisor based on bare metal, like VMware vSphere or Microsoft Hyper-V, provides more control and is independent of the host operating system. On the other side, a hosted hypervisor like KVM (built into the Linux kernel) transmits VM requests through the host OS to process which may slow down VM performance.

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