Virtualization For Business

Optimize your IT investment

Is your technology taking up valuable office space? Are you aspiring to introduce new IT solutions but constrained by space?

Virtualization from Turn Key Solutions, allows you to separate your IT resources from your in-house environment. You can achieve more with less by using technology delivered through the Internet. This eliminates the need for physical space in your office.

By virtualizing your in-house technology, you’ll be able to access more IT, more memory and more software than is physically installed in your office, because it’s all hosted by Turn Key Solutions offsite. Virtualization techniques can be applied to many aspects of your business IT, including networks, storage, laptop and server hardware, operating systems and applications.

Gain more space in your office and hard drives, as we handle your important IT assets for you.

Turn Key has continually gone above and beyond for us, making our lives easier

I thought that when we chose to change our IT service provider that it would be a major headache for us but when we found Turn Key Solutions it became an easy decision. From our very first meeting, the whole team at Turn Key impressed us. The staff has continually gone above and beyond for us, making my life easier in all aspects of IT support. They are on top of any issue within minutes to assure that nothing falls through the cracks. There have been a million things that Turn Key Solutions has done for us that has really made an impact on our daily work flow. I would recommend Turn Key to anyone that will listen.

Becky S. Executive
Medical Clinic

Virtualization allows you to disconnect your IT resources from your physical office environment. Instead of having to house and manage all your technology within your office walls, Turn Key Solutions provides a way to deliver these technological capabilities to you through the Internet. This means that the IT resources you need are accessible remotely, saving you office space and providing you with more room to operate and grow your business.

Envision a world where you can expand your IT capabilities beyond the walls of your office. With virtualization, this becomes a reality. Turn Key Solutions handles hosting resources offsite, allowing you to access more computing power, memory, and software without overcrowding your office. This technology applies to different parts of your business IT, including networks, storage, laptops, server hardware, operating systems, and applications.

Virtualization technologies create a divide between your hardware and the applications it supports. This separation enables you to benefit from advanced technology without the need for additional physical equipment installation. Importantly, the implementation of virtual infrastructure is seamless. Your daily computer use remains unchanged. Turn Key Solutions’ dynamic management approach allows you to swiftly adapt to shifting market demands and maximize the return on your infrastructure investments.

Turn Key Solutions’ virtualization offering empowers your business to modernize, optimize, and streamline its IT environment, all while conserving physical office space and minimizing the burdens of hardware management.

Virtualization from Turn Key Solutions enables your business to:

  • Improve application performance – Our rapid provisioning and dynamic load balancing, which leads to better performance for your applications. This means that your software and systems can respond quickly to your needs, enhancing productivity and user experience.
  • Recover after a disaster – Bounce back easily and quickly after a disaster with our simplified data recovery solutions. Your data recovery solutions are streamlined, allowing you to get your business back up and running swiftly and with minimal hassle.
  • Increase utilization – Allows for the consolidation of your servers. This means that you can achieve higher utilization of your existing hardware, optimizing your resources and making the most of your investments.
  • Be Eco-Friendly – Running multiple virtual machines on a single physical server can lead to better utilization of hardware resources, reducing the number of physical servers needed. This leads to energy savings and a smaller carbon footprint.
  • Test and Deploy – Virtualization provides a safe and isolated environment for testing new software, updates, or configurations without affecting the main production environment. This helps prevent potential disruptions and ensures that changes work as intended before deploying them.
  • Allocate and Scale – Enables dynamic allocation of resources to virtual machines based on their needs. This means you can allocate more CPU, memory, or storage to a virtual machine when it requires additional resources, helping to maintain optimal performance.
  • Easily Deploy Software – Simple to install and manage software. You can create a standard virtual machine configuration with all the necessary software and settings, then replicate it across multiple virtual instances.
  • Ensure Business Continuity – Businesses can set up failover systems that automatically switch to backup virtual machines if the primary ones fail. This helps ensure uninterrupted service availability for customers and employees.
  • Improve Security – Allows for better isolation between virtual machines, reducing the risk of one compromised system affecting others. Security updates and patches can also be tested more easily in isolated environments before being applied to the main systems.
  • Simplified Migration -When businesses need to upgrade hardware or move to a new data center, virtualized systems can be migrated more easily since they are encapsulated as virtual machines.

Virtualization technologies provide space and distance between computing, storage, networking hardware and the applications they support – so you get more advanced technology without having to install more equipment.

Best of all, implementing a virtual infrastructure in your business is a smooth and effortless process, because using your computers will be no different. Once your Virtualization solution is active, your administrators can coordinate pooled resources across your business, freeing IT managers to be more responsive to changing market needs and make more efficient use of infrastructure investments.

See How Our Virtualization Solutions Can Propel Your Business to Greater Success.

Types of Virtualization from Turn Key Solutions:

  • Server Virtualization – In this form of virtualization, a single physical server is divided into multiple virtual servers, each with its own isolated environment. This allows multiple operating systems and applications to run on the same physical hardware, maximizing its utilization and reducing the need for separate hardware for each workload.
  • Desktop Virtualization – This involves creating virtual desktop instances that run on a central server or data center. Users can access these virtual desktops from various devices, providing greater flexibility in terms of device choice and location.
  • Network Virtualization – Network virtualization abstracts the network components and services from the underlying physical infrastructure. This allows for the creation of virtual networks that can be managed independently, improving network scalability and management.
  • Storage Virtualization – This type of virtualization abstracts physical storage resources and presents them as a unified storage pool. It provides more efficient management and allocation of storage resources, making it easier to scale and manage storage infrastructure.
  • Application Virtualization – Here, applications are isolated from the underlying operating system and hardware, allowing them to run in their own virtual environment. This can help with compatibility issues and simplify software deployment and management.

Virtualization is a fundamental technology in modern IT environments, enabling greater efficiency, flexibility, and agility in managing computing resources. It also offers businesses the ability to adapt to changing needs while optimizing resource utilization and reducing operational costs.

Seamless Transformation, Maximum Impact: Embrace Virtualization Today!

A hypervisor, also referred to as a virtual machine monitor (VMM), holds a critical role within the realm of virtualization technology. Its primary responsibility is the management and supervision of the virtualized environment, facilitating the operation of multiple virtual machines (VMs) on a solitary physical machine.

Hypervisors assume an indispensable position in the virtualization landscape, akin to skilled architects and astute managers of this digital realm. Much like diligent traffic controllers, they ensure the harmonious and efficient operation of all components within the virtualized structure.

Central to the framework of virtualization lies the tangible physical hardware, be it a computer, server, or machine stationed within your data center or office. This hardware encompasses vital resources such as the central processing unit (CPU), memory (RAM), storage, and network connectivity. The pivotal role of hypervisors becomes evident when the intention is to partition this substantial physical infrastructure into more manageable, self-contained entities known as virtual machines (VMs).

Key Functions of Turn Key Solutions Hypervisor:

  • Resource Allocation – A hypervisor allocates physical hardware resources (CPU, memory, storage, network bandwidth) to virtual machines. It ensures fair distribution of resources based on the requirements of each VM, preventing one VM from monopolizing resources and affecting others.
  • Isolation – Ensures that each virtual machine operates in isolation from the others by creating boundaries between VMs so that they do not interfere with each other. Each VM acts as its own dedicated physical machine, ensuring that processes, applications and data stay secure and stable. If one VM crashes or experiences issues, it won’t bring down the others.
  • Snapshots and Cloning – Take snapshots of virtual machines – essentially freezing them at a particular point in time. This is useful for creating backups or for testing changes without affecting the original VM. Cloning involves making an exact copy of a VM, which is handy for quickly setting up new instances.
  • Emulation – Emulate the hardware environment for each virtual machine. They create a virtual representation of a physical computer within the VM, fooling the operating system and applications into believing they are running on a real machine.
  • Scheduling and Load Balancing – Manage the distribution of resources among virtual machines. They monitor resource usage and can dynamically adjust allocations to ensure optimal performance for all VMs.
  • Hardware Utilization – Optimize hardware utilization by enabling the consolidation of multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine. This helps in reducing hardware costs and energy consumption.
  • Security – Maintain strong security measures between VMs. This isolation prevents malicious software or actions in one VM from affecting others.
  • Centralized Management – Provides management interfaces that allow administrators to control and monitor the virtual environment from a central location. This includes tasks like creating, configuring, starting, stopping, and monitoring VMs.

Hypervisor Technologies:

  • VMware vSphere: Originating from VMware, vSphere stands as a preeminent commercial hypervisor platform that boasts an extensive array of virtualization tools tailor-made for data centers and businesses. Its comprehensive suite of features spans from resource allocation and load balancing to advanced management and seamless virtual machine migration. Often considered a cornerstone of modern virtualization, vSphere is renowned for its reliability, scalability, and robust capabilities.
  • Microsoft Hyper-V: Seamlessly integrated into Windows Server, Hyper-V emerges as Microsoft’s answer to virtualization needs. Designed to cater to Windows-based systems, this hypervisor empowers users to effortlessly create and oversee virtual machines. Beyond the core ability to virtualize, Hyper-V aligns with Microsoft’s ecosystem, granting administrators familiar tools for management and administration.
  • KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine): In the Linux realm, KVM reigns as a Linux-based hypervisor solution. It operates by leveraging the Linux kernel to deliver robust virtualization capabilities. Often combined with open-source virtualization solutions like QEMU, KVM has gained traction for its efficiency and adherence to open standards. Its integration with the Linux kernel fosters a streamlined virtualization environment, and its open-source nature garners an enthusiastic community of contributors.

Future-Proof Your Business and Transform Your Technology Through Virtualization!

Our Services

We understand that no two companies are exactly alike, so our team of consultants focus on finding the BEST solutions and services to fit your unique needs. Check out our list of services below to learn more about how we can turn your problems into solutions.

Managed and Co-Managed Services

We provide 24/7 monitoring , security and support services for companies of every size. For companies with IT Directors, we help them shine!

Cyber Security Services

Our Security Operations team can provide you with a clear plan and the resources you need to make top-notch security a reality.

Compliance & Governance Services

Is complying with GDPR, HIPAA, CMMC or other standards critical to your business?   Our unique process & solutions make compliance progress easy.

Smart Cloud
Services

There are hundreds of variations to “the cloud.”   We help our clients select and use the best options to their fullest potential.

VoIP Phone
Services

Quality phones are critical for business.   Our phone systems are incredibly cost-effective, easy to use, and are backed by our 99.99% minimum uptime guarantee.

Network &
Datacenter

We can make your network scalable and reliable - without breaking the bank.    Ready for a private or shared datacenter?  We can help you grow effectively.

Backup &
Disaster Recovery

Be ready for malware, hurricanes, fires, floods and accidents with our proven Business Continuity solutions.

24/7/365 Helpdesk Support

World class technical support and helpdesk services are within your reach with our 5-star rated professional support team.