Virtual Server Infrastructure

Hive-IO Virtual Server Infrastructure as a Service – in your datacenter

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Server virtualization, or a virtualized infrastructure, a can provide benefits for IT shops of almost all sizes by providing compute, storage and networking functions to customers in the form of a service including:

  • Lower hardware, power and spacer requirements.
  • Quickly and easily provision new servers into the environment.
  • Reallocate resources with no downtime.
  • Ensure applications stay up in a highly available architecture.
  • Prioritize the most important applications to ensure they receive the resources required to meet business needs.
  • Simplify systems management and operations.
  • Simplify and improve the disaster recovery process.


Among the challenges associated with virtualized infrastructure and traditional data center models are:

  • Complex design across multiple vendors
  • Multiple licensing policies and Propriety solutions makes it hard to blend
  • Untenable Delivery methods – Traditional vendor sprawl, agents, services and cobbled vendor hooks add up to huge cost
  • Security risk and lesser flexibility & Manageability

Hive-IO offers a complete end-to-end software defined infrastructure. This is the most cost-effective and simplified solution in the industry and is based on the largest enterprise cloud deployment today.

In addition to alleviating these issues, Hive-IO provides the benefits of IaaS hosted in your datacenter including:

  • Enterprise infrastructure; by internal business networks, such as private clouds and virtual local area networks, which use pooled server and networking resources and in which a business can store their data and run the applications they need to operate day-to-day. Expanding businesses can scale their infrastructure in accordance with their growth while private clouds (accessible only by the defined users) can protect the storage and transfer of the sensitive data.
  • Cloud hosting; the hosting of websites on virtual servers that are built on pooled resources from underlying physical servers. A website hosted in this cloud approach, for example, can benefit from the redundancy provided by a vast network of physical servers and on demand scalability to deal with unexpected demands placed on the website.
  • Virtual Data Centers (VDC); a network of interconnected virtual servers which can be used to offer enhanced cloud hosting capabilities, enterprise IT infrastructure or to integrate all of these operations.