Frequently Asked Questions – Virtualization Services

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Why choose Veritis as your Virtualization Consulting Partner?

” open=”yes” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Veritis provides viable virtualization solutions for companies looking to increase productivity while reducing IT infrastructure costs. Ensuring reduced spending, better scalability, disaster recovery, better business continuity and Return on Investment (ROI), Veritis presents a win-win situation in getting you a competitive advantage.[/su_spoiler]
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What makes Veritis special in Virtualization Services Offering?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]With an expertise in market-leading platforms like VMware, Veritis consulting services provide an end-to-end virtualization solutions that can help firms in switching over to a virtualized IT environment and meet the demands for efficient IT operations.[/su_spoiler]
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What is Virtualization?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Virtualization refers to the process of creating a virtual version of software components and processes, among others which can be an operating system, a server, network resources and storage devices, among others.[/su_spoiler]
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What are the different types of Virtualization Services?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Veritis portfolio of virtualization consulting services include, Application Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Hardware Virtualization, Network Virtualization. OS Virtualization, Server Virtualization and  Storage Virtualization[/su_spoiler]
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What is Service Virtualization?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Service Virtualization refers to the method of emulating the behavior of different component-based applications such as cloud, API-driven and service-oriented architectures, among others.[/su_spoiler]
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Why Service Virtualization?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Service virtualization addresses the dependency constraints on testing and development teams across the complex and interdependent environments. With the virtualization of dependent components, the testing and development processes can be worked out without accessing the actual live components.[/su_spoiler]
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What are the key benefits of virtualization services?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Adopting virtualization services help companies in controlling data centers while reducing energy consumption and IT infrastructure challenges. Virtualization services offer a better business continuity and better ROI while reducing expenditure and enhancing scalability. Virtualization benefits include removal of special hardware and utility requirements, effective resource management, rise in employee productivity out of better accessibility, reduced risk of data loss due to multiple storage locations, among others.[/su_spoiler]
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Why cloud and virtualization for my business?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Virtualization got a needed boost with the advent of cloud computing. Virtualization mixed with cloud computing ensures effective resource utilization and reduced costs by allowing multiple applications and operating systems on the same server.[/su_spoiler]
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Does Veritis also provide backup support as part of its Cloud & Virtualization services?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Yes! Veritis virtualization services offering includes easier backup and disaster recovery mechanism.[/su_spoiler]

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What are the differences between virtualization and cloud computing?

” open=”no” style=”fancy” icon=”caret” anchor=”” class=”fancy”]Cloud computing and Virtualization are two words that often seem confusing. Though interdependent, the two technologies are in fact not interchangeable. While Virtualization is a technology that simulates or emulates hardware, cloud computing refers to services that result out of this manipulation.

Virtualization forms a base for cloud computing by helping it in delivery of shared computing resources, data or software, either as a service and on-demand, over the network. Cloud can include virtualization to deliver the computing services and can also act independently with automated management, scalability, self-serving and pay-as you go capabilities.[/su_spoiler]
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Have more questions?

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