Server Virtualization involves the process of creating real machines as "software files" that mimic the existence of the physical system. With virtualization, physical boxes or servers can be converted into virtual systems, while maintaining system attributes like name, data, etc. The end result is consolidation of multiple servers or machines into a few physical systems, thereby cutting down on the power, space and hardware costs. This results into substantial cost savings and easy management. Virtualization lets you run multiple virtual machines on physical server machines, most of the time configured in clusters, with each virtual machine sharing the resources of that one physical server across multiple environments. The most common hypervisors today are VMware and xenserver hypervisors.They both strive to server the same purpose.

Cloud systems infrastructure is basically dependent on the virtualization infrastructure at the back end.

Desktop Virtualization is a another powerful tool, deploying desktops as a managed service gives you the opportunity to respond quicker to changing needs and opportunities. You can reduce costs and increase service by quickly and easily delivering virtualized desktops and applications to branch offices, outsourced and offshore employees and mobile workers on iPad and Android tablets.

Application Virtualization is yet another form of virtualization. Organizations are increasingly virtualizing more of their mission-critical business applications and platforms, such as databases, Client Relationship Management (CRM), email, collaboration, Java middleware, business intelligence and many others. These virtualized applications simply run better and provide high availability, and disaster recovery

At KagaSystems, our engineers can build these environments according to the customer budgets and needs.