Andréa Sumé

What is a Virtual Data Center?

In short, a virtual data center is a cloud-based IT infrastructure solution that offers cost-savings and capacity. It combines server virtualization (which allows multiple VMs to run on a single physical machine) in addition to network virtualization and storage virtualization. This unified framework offers IT as a Service to applications and users on premises, in a cloud or hybrid environment.

A VDC reduces time spent by IT teams in maintaining physical hardware. This lets them concentrate on more productive tasks, such as deploying and managing business apps. It also lowers operational costs by eliminating the need for expensive hardware procurement and management. It also lowers energy bills and power consumption by keeping servers running more efficiently and cooler.

With the use of a VDC IT administrators can easily increase capacity to accommodate rapid increases in bandwidth as well as other IT resource demands. This is especially beneficial for businesses experiencing seasonal fluctuations in business activity because it provides IT staff the ability to allocate resources quickly without incurring costs of acquiring or installing hardware.

A VDC allows IT administrators to centrally manage and control the entire IT infrastructure using one intuitive management tool. This decreases operational costs and allows IT to attain a higher level of efficiency and productivity that could translate into real-world business value including lower costs, improved efficiency and security.

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