Move To Virtualization with Microsoft Hyper-V
Microsoft Azure and Hyper-V have quickly become popular options for enterprises looking to leverage the power of a hybrid cloud and or a managed private cloud. The Microsoft Cloud Platform provides the efficiency, agility and flexibility of the public cloud, but also offers the performance, control and security that organizations require from a dedicated, on-premise environment.
Just as running your own infrastructure requires skilled personnel and resources to operate effectively, so does Microsoft Hyper-V, and an experienced technology partner can help you leverage its benefits in line with your business objectives.
Embrace Advanced Virtualization Capabilities in the Cloud
Supra ITS’ experts can help you move beyond basic virtualization capabilities, such as consolidating server hardware, so that you can leverage Microsoft Hyper-V to design and deploy platforms for a managed private cloud or hybrid cloud. Consider the benefits of working with Supra to get the most from your Microsoft Hyper-V deployment:
- Realize operational efficiencies and cost savings by using a familiar platform with Hyper-V built into Windows Server
- A single, unified view of your physical, virtual, and cloud environments with integrated management tools enhanced with the expertise of Supra’s team for 24/7 support and monitoring
- Ability to offer IT-as-a-service to your users and be agile, flexible and responsive to the requirements of the various lines of business within your organization
- Self-service provisioning and control of virtual machines, websites, databases such as Microsoft MySQL as a service, and more, all through an easy-to-use web interface
- Take advantage of software-defined storage for your data
- Hyper-V comes free with Windows, so rather than spending money on hypervisor licences, you can focus on investing in applications that are strategic to your business
Virtualize and Scale Up as Required
Supra’s experience with Microsoft Hyper-V as well as Microsoft Azure and Cloud Platform allows you to adopt a cloud computing strategy that meets your business needs, whether it’s virtualizing workloads, scaling your services through the public cloud or building your own private cloud.