Virtual Machine Host Clusters
A hypervisor or virtual machine monitor
(VMM) consists of a server operating system and one or more
physical servers that hosts virtual machines. Each Virtual
Machine Host presents a Hardware Abstraction Layer or (HAL) that
appears to be a physical piece of hardware to the guest virtual
instance or Virtual Machine operating in its own virtual
container. When two or more Virtual Machine Hosts are joined
together in a Highly Available Server Cluster, the hosted Virtual
Machines are offered both Virtual and Physical redundancy of
resources providing multiple layers of back up.
DaPron Systems has over 10 years experience in the design, integration and configuration of Virtual Machine Host Clusters with multiple installations of our own proprietary solution. Virtual Machine Hosting requires exhaustive integration of Servers, Storage Area Networks and Wide Area Networks in order to provide both local and geographically disparate redundancy. It is not something that the first time technician should go alone and you'll rest assure in having DaPron Systems partnering with you and helping to managing your project to a successful conclusion.
A blade server system is a computer with a modular design optimized to share physical resources with multiple compute modules. A blade enclosure which can hold multiple blade servers provides services such as power, cooling, networking, various interconnects and management. Together, blades and the blade enclosure form a blade system. Blade servers function well for purposes such as web hosting, virtualization, and cluster computing. Individual blades are typically hot-swappable, allowing for uninterrupted operation.