A Consolidated, Efficient Data Center
Virtualization has been one of the major breakthroughs in IT over the last fifteen years. Through virtualization, organizations can achieve far greater efficiency and much more control—plus save money along the way. Applications and operating systems that were once chained to a single bare metal server or endpoint can today be transformed into software for greater flexibility. This has revolutionized the modern data center. Once IT directors discovered they could support more applications on fewer servers, the amount of hardware companies needed to support was cut down dramatically.
Since then, virtualization has moved from servers to desktops and more. Mindsight has the proficiency and experience to consolidate your data center and virtualize your key applications.
Three Areas of Virtualization in the Data Center
Through Citrix and VMware, Mindsight can virtualize your servers to drastically reduce the amount of hardware your IT team needs to power, cool, maintain, and support. Now, multiple applications can be hosted on a single server as virtual machines.Learn More
By abstracting the operating system and desktop from PCs and laptops, you can provide a new level of security and mobility to your team. Log onto a consistent desktop experience from any device, anywhere, and at any time—so long as you can connect to the business network.Learn More
Citrix Netscaler is a web application delivery controller (ADC) that can accelerate the speed of your applications. Through HTTP compression and caching, Netscaler has been reported to increase application performance five times over.Learn More
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May 16, 2019 by Siobhan Climer Network virtualization replicates network and security service components in a software container, allowing you to have the network provisioned and managed independent of your hardware. Network administrators are the first to celebrate, since provisioning and changing virtual networks…Read More
March 21, 2019 by Siobhan Climer Virtualization is a fascinating technology to trace historically. While the roots of virtualization date back as early as the 1960s, with initial development by IBM, Bell Labs, and MIT’s Project MAC, most businesses today consider VMware to be…Read More
February 5, 2019 by Siobhan Climer Congratulations! You’ve just finalized your backup and disaster recovery plan, ensured every step was tested and validated, and created SOPs so that when a disaster strikes, everything will be sorted without a hitch. Great work! You’re done, right?…Read More