Traditional computing has focused on running software packages natively on on-prem server hardware. While this method has no overhead, it offers limited segregation for processes and users. In the enterprise, this segregation is necessary to uphold performance and split server resources between multiple business applications. Users also need their virtual workspace to be productive, with separate filesystems and dedicated server resources for their applications.
Trianz has partnered with VMware to provide virtualization technology to our clients. Divide and assign computing resources, either with business software applications or employee user spaces, on virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).
Virtualization will enable you to assign processing and storage resources to individual users, with invisible boundaries that protect their privacy and security while providing a dedicated personal workspace. By virtualizing business applications, you can increase resource utilization and enable inter-server process mobility for failovers and redundancy.
Virtualization is commonplace in the cloud, with hosting providers using solutions like VMware to keep business applications and datasets separate from other cloud tenants. Enterprises can also use VMware to monitor and orchestrate their cloud processes and applications, leading to operational efficiency improvements across multi-cloud network environments.