Virtual Infrastructure is about driving the utilization of your physical IT resources up in order to maximize your investment. By doing so, it is possible to simultaneously improve the efficiency and availability of these resources and applications. Moving away from the old “one server, one application” model and running multiple virtual machines on each physical machine is just the beginning.
VMware vSphere– Widely accepted as the industry’s most comprehensive, scalable and powerful virtualization platform for delivering the infrastructure and application services demanded by modern businesses. If you haven’t taken the plunge into server virtualization, or if you have reached a point where your virtualization initiative seems to have stalled, CAM can help get you (re)started by analyzing your existing environment, providing proof-of-concept and training on the latest versions, or designing a completely new environment that meets your specific needs.
Virtualization Management– Most organizations have some portion of their server infrastructure virtualized today, and many are adopting a “virtualize first” policy for all future application deployments. As more business application functionality is moved into a virtual environment, it is increasingly important to be able to proactively monitor performance, capacity and overall health of that environment. Legacy monitoring and management tools, often developed with a physical-only environment in mind, may not be able to provide the information you need to understand how your virtual infrastructure is performing.