Virtualization is the allocation of physical server resources to one or more virtual servers by means of a specific software. Virtual servers behave logically as the physical servers.
If on a physical server we are limited to installing a single operating system, by virtualizing it we can install multiple operating systems without consuming additional resources.



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Central management

Virtual servers can be easily managed through a single graphical interface.

Role-based management

Allow granular access to virtual infrastructure resources: virtual machine on / off, backup, console access, network access control, etc. ...

Creating clusters with high availability

Provides the possibility of deploying a multi-node virtual infrastructure and activating the high availability option.
This option involves monitoring physical resources of virtual servers. If a physical resource becomes unavailable, the virtual servers that depend on it are automatically migrated to other cluster resource resources without any interruptions.

Virtual networks

These are network switches deployed at the software level that allow the interconnection of virtual servers without the need for physical resources (cables, switches, etc.).

Flexible storage

Virtual servers can share both local storage and network storage, regardless of storage technology.