Virtualization technologies create a virtual version of a server, a storage device, an operating system, or other network and computing resources. Using virtualization technologies, multiple server operating systems are encapsulated to run across a pool of highly available servers. This enhances average server utilization and availability.
Today's powerful x86-based computer hardware was originally designed to run only a single operating system and a single application. Virtualization changes the paradigm, making it possible to run multiple operating systems and multiple applications on the same hardware at the same time, improving the utilization and flexibility of hardware.
Storage virtualization pools the physical storage from multiple network storage devices into what appears to be a single storage device managed from a central console. This virtualization technology is commonly used in storage area networks (SANs).
At CBTS, we have deployed leading-edge data center virtualization technologies to consolidate the server environments in our top-tier data centers and deliver these efficiencies to the customers' hosted environments in our clouds. Our engineers also leverage this expertise to deliver industry-leading Virtualization Software Solutions to customers who wish to consolidate their on-premises server environments.