Benefits consolidating servers

Server virtualization is a technology for partitioning one physical server into multiple virtual servers.Each of these virtual servers can run its own operating system and applications, and perform as if it is an individual server.Organizations that utilize concurrently licensed software—the license model typically used for engineering and technical applications, sometimes have many license servers to meet the needs of the user community.Frequently, this license server infrastructure can be consolidated which brings a number of benefits to the organization.

First thoughts would be that fewer servers would mean a higher risk, but if we examine the characteristics of highly consolidated license servers they are as follows: Another reason for lower risk is that the simpler the architecture, the less statistical risk of power outage, network outage, power failure of hardware malfunctions.

Our years of experience implementing virtualization on multiple platforms with our expertise in design, installation, and migration services, puts G/S at the forefront of IBM virtualization technology.