Synegi has deployed and assisted with countless hypervisor installations. We’ve helped many organizations, such as yours, learn, implement and manage their virtual infrastructure. Virtualizing yields many benefits which help improve datacenter efficiency, data availability and application performance. Find out vSphere from VMware or Microsoft’s Hyper-V can bring you into the future of computing.

VMware virtualization solutions are built on a robust foundation proven in production environments and chosen by over 250,000 customers, including 100% of the Fortune 100. VMware pioneered x86 server virtualization over ten years ago and their continuous innovation has brought capabilities to the latest vSphere 5 release that are years ahead of competitors such as Microsoft, Citrix and Red Hat.

Microsoft Hyper-V
Microsoft has taken a leading position in the advancement of virtualization technology with Hyper-V. First introduced as part of Windows Server 2008, and then expanded and enhanced in Windows Server 2008 R2, Hyper-V provides organizations with a tool for optimizing server hardware investments by consolidating multiple server roles as separate virtual machines running on a single physical host machine. They can also use Hyper-V to efficiently run multiple operating systems—including operating systems other than Windows, such as Linux—together on a single server, and take advantage of the power of 64-bit computing.

Citrix is focused on delivering the best possible virtualization platform for cloud builders and providing customers a seamless path to the cloud. To accelerate this mission, XenServer is available as a fully open source package to ensure a strong platform, a vibrant ecosystem and a community of users who are collaborating toward this common goal. The net result is a better XenServer product that benefits all customer use cases—cloud, server or desktop—in any datacenter type, cloud or traditional.