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IT infrastructures are facing increasingly complex requirements. They should be faster and more flexible with high-availability. Especially for IT departments in small and medium-sized companies, this presents both a personnel and a financial challenge, which is why an increasing number of companies are relying on cloud solutions. They are quick to set up and tie up a minimum of resources.

More flexibility in the cloud

Virtual servers widen an SME’s scope since the strict limits of its own server structure is no longer a hindrance and can be expanded as needed. Based on the model you choose, the boundaries between your own on-site IT, the hosted cloud, and the public cloud merge. The modular concept allows you to select and quickly use the modules that are right for you.

When choosing a cloud provider, close attention should be paid to the interoperability of the selected solution. Ideally, virtual servers can be seamlessly connected to the local infrastructure. A management console should allow you to both monitor and move applications as well as configure entire server farms and virtual networks. It should also be possible to use a modern cloud package for backups.

The following are key functions for virtual servers:

- Use of existing images
- Creation of templates (e.g. for firewall configuration)
- Creation of virtual networks
- Integration of local networks
- Alarm function
- Mirroring SQL databases
- Replication domain controller
- Redundant file server

Careful selection of a cloud package pays off in the long term. After an initial investment, the solution is scalable. Overall costs are reduced while flexibility increases.

Based on Hyper-V© technology from Windows Server 2012 R2, our virtual servers provide companies with a powerful server platform that is operated in Swiss Green data centers. 

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