Private Cloud and Virtualization (Hyper-V)

Reduce cost and complexity

Do you think moving to the cloud can help your business? Are you looking for more flexibility and control than the public cloud? Have you wondered how to maintain control over your data while taking advantage of what cloud has to offer? Metro CSG’s private cloud solutions allow your company to customize and control how your data is handled and still give you access to the powerful advantage of cloud computing.

Virtualize your servers

Metro CSG can help you maximize your server hardware investments by consolidating your servers as virtual machines on a single physical host. Hyper-V runs multiple operating systems including Windows, Linux, and others, in parallel, on a single server. You can build, deploy, operate, and monitor applications on-premises and in the cloud as well as empower users with secure access to corporate resources on the devices they choose.

Transform the datacenter

For your business your information is everything. Metro CSG can help you implement a private cloud solution to increase your control over you data and customize your infrastructure. Moving to a cloud infrastructure reduces the complexity of running datacenters at scale and helps support employees wherever they work across any device.

Customize your data environmen

With Microsoft OS you can move workloads with maximum flexibility and scale up or down based on your specific business needs. The cloud lets you take advantage of boundless storage capacity. With network virtualization, you can separate business groups or create boundaries that allow you to manage resources more effectively.

Control your data

With Microsoft Cloud, Metro CSG can help you process any data at scale, deliver insights with a comprehensive and familiar platform, and enjoy leading-edge performance with in-memory solutions across all workloads. A private cloud lets you exert control over that data, where it is stored, the security requirements for its storage, and how it flows.

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