How virtualization works

SN Infotech consolidation reduces both the number and types of assets required to operate and manage your environment, laying the groundwork for effective IT governance.

More than just virtualizing physical assets, SN Infotech leverages the power of virtualization to enable greater efficiency across servers, storage, and networks. Through our proven, incremental server-to-storage-to-network data center virtualization and consolidation strategies, we help your business optimize overall performance and efficiency to leverage the benefits of a unified data center.


Network virtualization

It is a method of combining the available resources in a network by splitting up the available bandwidth into channels, each of which is independent from the others and can be assigned -- or reassigned -- to a particular server or device in real


Storage virtualization

It is the pooling of physical storage from multiple network storage devices into what appears to be a single storage device that is managed from a central console. Storage virtualization is commonly used in storage area


Server virtualization

It is the masking of server resources -- including the number and identity of individual physical servers, processors and operating systems -- from server users. The intention is to spare the user from having to understand and manage complicated.


Application virtualization

It is abstracting the application layer away from the operating system. This way, the application can run in an encapsulated form without being depended upon on by the operating system underneath. This can allow a Windows application.

Benifits Of Virtualisations

  • Fewer management points
  • Increased sharing among applications
  • Greater Agility
  • Standardization
  • Better overall performance
  • Reduced infrastructure footprint
  • Shared server, storage, and network resource pools
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How Virtualization Works?

Virtualization describes a technology in which an application, guest operating system (guest OS) or data storage is abstracted away from the true underlying hardware or software. A key use of virtualization technology is server virtualization, which uses a software layer — called a hypervisor — to emulate the underlying hardware. This often includes the CPU’s memory, input/output (I/O) and network traffic. Hypervisors take the physical resources and separate them so they can be utilized by the virtual environment.

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