Many factors go into the decision to buy a high-performance, dedicated server, regardless of whether it’s your first server, a replacement for aging equipment or an addition to meet growing business needs, Know All Edge help you size right fit server for physical or virtual Enviormnents.
Most servers, even in extreme conditions, rarely reach maximum processing power – most don’t even surpass 10%. Server virtualization takes advantage of under-utilized server capacity to more efficiently utilize the servers currently in place.
Virtualization simplifies your IT environment so you can leverage your storage, network and computing resources to control costs and respond faster. Storage Virtualization helps simplify your storage infrastructure by allowing easy data storage access without concern for individual storage infrastructures.
Benefits of virtual architecture include:
- Increased efficiency thus reducing IT costs
- Reduce complexity
- Respond to changing business requirements quickly
- Increase server/storage utilization
- Can reduce software license fees
Storage and Backup Solutions
Network Attached Strage and Storage Attacbed Networks
“Network attached storage devices are specialized storage devices that are dedicated to serving files on a network. A typical NAS is a completely self-contained appliance with its own operating system, storage and a
management interface. NAS simply connects to the server through into an existing Ethernet network.”
A storage area network (SAN) is a high-speed special-purpose network that interconnects different kinds of data storage devices with associated data servers on behalf of a larger network of users. SANs support disk mirroring, backup and restore, archival and retrieval of archived data, data migration from one storage device to another and the sharing of data among different servers in a network.
Virtualization Backup, Replication & Disaster Recovery
Virtual Enviornments backup is the copying of data on a virtual machine (VM) in a VMware / HyperV environment to prevent data loss. Virtual server backup is a common challenge for storage and backup administrators. Best practices and common sense dictate keeping at least two copies of your backups and validation and remediation make sure your copies are available and reliable.
We have solution to help you backing up virtualised enviornment:
- Remove the hurdles to offsite backup
- Get more out of your virtual infrastructure
- Restore exactly what you need in minutes, not hours
- Removes Missing Capabilities of legacy backup solution
- Agentless backup and recovery
- Best support for VMware and Hyper-V
- Virtualization-powered data protection