Server Virtualisation

Server virtualisation is where a software application is used to divide one physical server into multiple isolated virtual environments.  This solution is deployed to eliminate server sprawl, improve server availability, assist in disaster recovery and reduce the cost of server administration through a centralised system.

If you are looking for more than just server consolidation and would like to begin your journey to the cloud, server virtualisation is your starting point.  Once deployed you can evolve your solution in to a fully virtualised software-defined data centre architecture at your own pace.

Datapac can help you decide on what is the best solution for you.  As a VMware Enterprise Partner, Microsoft Gold Partner and Citrix Silver Partner, we can select the best of breed technology to help you meet your business objectives. Our rich pool of expertise will help you transform your server room or datacentre into a reliable and flexible Private Cloud to enable you deliver IT as a service.

For further information on server virtualisation, consolidation and private cloud solutions please contact one of our virtualisation solution architects on 1850 328 272.



First of all you need to get your storage environment assessed to determine the key areas that need to be improved upon. Datapac can help you with this.
Datapac can help you consolidate your file and block workloads. Our storage solutions are designed to consolidate workloads into a single storage system for ease of management and improved performance.
With Cisco Meraki you can do just that. All the hardware is self-configuring and completely managed over the web without requiring any additional hardware or software installed on-site.
Server virtualisation is the best solution to consider when you have ageing server hardware. Server virtualisation will eliminate server sprawl and improve server availability,


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