Team IA’s virtualization practice enables our customers to achieve the following:


Dramatically lower costs. IT organizations can reduce hardware and operating costs by as much as 50% from implementing a VMware server consolidation solution. In addition to the significant reductions in server hardware expenses made possible by improving server utilization, they have realized savings in costs for administration, power, cooling, and data center infrastructure. These savings have provided customers a rapid return on their VMware software investment.


Boost utilization. VMware Infrastructure aggregates x86 server resources into pools that can reliably support CPU utilization exceeding 80% with the continuous virtual machine load balancing provided by VMware DRS.


Significantly improved manageability. Server consolidation and containment with VMware software reduces data center complexity by decreasing the number of servers that IT organizations need to manage. With VMware management tools, organizations can also simplify and centralize the monitoring and management of large virtual infrastructure environments.


Simplified Server Provisioning. IT departments can reduce the time it takes to provision new servers by 50-70 percent. Virtual machines are as easy to copy as software files and are hardware independent, so deploying new workloads takes minutes instead of days.


Increased IT efficiency. A VMware solution streamlines and eliminates common administrative tasks such enabling IT to manage a growing server environment with existing resources.


Greater responsiveness. By streamlining common tasks and continuously balancing workloads, VMware software makes it possible for IT to respond more rapidly to requests for new servers and maintain service levels as resource demands fluctuate.


Improved ability to handle future growth. Because a VMware solution eliminates the need to dedicate a physical server to each workload and makes it possible to fully utilize existing server resources, organizations can more effectively monitor growth in utilized capacity and strategically plan for additional growth to meet future business needs.