Installation & Administration of virtual environments
In a virtual environment, the physical servers are converted to host servers to distribute those resources to our virtual machines (VM).
On each virtual machine the SO are running isolated of the host layer through the hypervisor layer that provides the physical resources of the host on demand. We can assign all the physical resources (CPU, RAM, networking, storage…) as we need.
P2V V2V and V2P migration
We can deploy virtual environments in several different scenarios:
P2V – From physical to virtual (hyper-v, vmware ESXi, XEN and other ovf formats)
V2V – From – to (hyper-v to vmware ESXi)
V2P – From virtual to physical (bare metal restore to a different hardware)
Eberic can build your own cloud environment that brings to the company the flexibility of an environment in which we have all the control, the privacy and the security demanded by our organization.
For some applications the right option is a public cloud. This will bring us capabilities of provisioning certain services offered by external providers sharing the infrastructures with other clients. We can offer services as pay per use like Iaas (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service).
It is increasingly common for companies to have their main services in a private cloud environment, and other services in a public cloud with suppliers that guarantee access from anywhere without requiring additional investment.
We can centralize all the resources, VMs, storage, hypervisors and more… centralizing all the management in one place.
High availability is a system of measures and intended to ensure the availability of the environment before a decline in Host, with a time of recovery and restart VMs few seconds on the host itself or in any of the physical host services that make the farm.
Live migration of virtual machines (without loss of service) from one host to another, eliminating the need for planned stops for maintenance of the physical servers.
Consolidation of storage resources SAN storage networks, using technologies such as iSCSI, AoE or FC and also using NAS devices.