Systems and Virtualization
How we support your business doesn’t stop with your network. Afterall, it has to connect somewhere, like a server. In turn, the endpoint’s operating system, database and storage need to be up and running for your business to thrive. Our systems engineers are responsible for ensuring everything runs smoothly.
Whether you need to monitor 800 servers or virtualize your environment, our team can help. We host servers, install new systems, modernize and migrate servers and work with application vendors. We’ll build out a project that responds to and meets your objectives.
Our Comprehensive Approach to Systems and Virtualization
At Protocol Networks, systems engineers and network engineers collaborate to best serve clients. Each has enough knowledge to recognize when to bring in the other team. Because systems and networks are so intertwined, it’s rare for a project to only involve the system or network. During initial assessments, your engineer identifies what needs to be done and allocates their hours accordingly. Again, no one on our team thinks they’re a maverick. We work together to fulfill the project within scope for our clients.
Experts in: VMware, AWS, Azure, Veem, onsite servers and more
Like the guy who wired, drywalled and painted your house, we’re well positioned to support your systems. We already know how your IT network is set up, and our senior engineers have experience in leading cloud-based and on-premise server systems. Along with project-based work, our systems engineers can guide you toward the right backup solution and design a plan tailored to your business.
Does my business need virtualization?
Virtualization is technology that allows you to create multiple simulated environments or dedicated resources from a single, physical hardware system. Hypervisors connect directly to that hardware and allows you to split one system into separate secure environments known as virtual machines (VMs). These VMs rely on the hypervisor’s ability to separate the machine’s resources from the hardware and distribute them appropriately.
Virtualization can increase IT agility, flexibility and scalability while creating significant cost savings. Greater workload mobility, increased performance and availability of resources, automated operations – they’re all benefits of virtualization that make IT simpler to manage and less costly to own and operate. Contact us if to discuss how this can apply to your business.