Transform Your Datacenter with VMware Virtualization
Increase hardware utilization, lower power consumption, and reduce your capital and operating costs through VMware virtualization. Run multiple unmodified operating systems on a single server by partitioning that server into multiple virtual machines, each with its own virtual processors, memory, networking, and storage. VMware virtualization allows you to:
Minimize Your Total Cost of Infrastructure Ownership
Increase hardware utilization, reduce hardware requirements and increase energy efficiency with server consolidation ratios commonly exceeding ten virtual machines per physical processor. Reduce required datacenter square footage, rack space, power, cooling, cabling, storage and network components by reducing the sheer number of physical machines. Increase your consolidation ratio even more by leveraging VMware's unique memory management capabilities and load-balancing features.
VMware ESXi is the simplest onramp to production virtualization. Partition a single server into multiple virtual machines with this production-proven bare-metal hypervisor. Later, upgrade to an enterprise-class virtual infrastructure by adding VMware Infrastructure.
Description: Quick Production-class Virtualization
Description: The Most Advanced and Production-Proven Hypervisor
|VMware Server |
Partition a single physical Linux or Windows server into multiple virtual machines with the free VMware Server.
Description:Simplify Test and Development on Linux or Windows
|VMware Infrastructure |
Start creating a self-optimizing IT infrastructure today with the most widely deployed virtual infrastructure suite. VMware Infrastructure 3, the InfoWorld 2007 Technology of the Year, virtualizes servers, storage and networks, to transform IT infrastructure into an automated, always-on computer "utility plant."
Description: Build a Dynamic Virtual Infrastructure
Then, Get centralized management for all VMware Virtual Infrastructure editions with VMware VirtualCenter, which lets you manage and administer your entire virtual environment from a single console. Analyze physical servers to identify good virtualization candidates, convert physical servers to virtual machines, and monitor the performance and resources utilization of your virtualized environment.