Hypervisor Agnostic Platform

Our solutions offer integration into public clouds and embrace market leading virtual ecosystems. Dynascale has a hypervisor agnostic infrastructure to support any hypervisor that your organization leverages. Most of Dynascale’s clients leverage the industry’s leading hypervisors, Hyper-V and VMware.

Microsoft Hyper-V

Microsoft Hyper-V is a powerful hypervisor platform that enables organizations to create and manage virtual machines on Windows servers. It allows multiple virtual machines to run on a single physical server, which helps organizations to save on hardware costs, reduce energy consumption, and increase IT efficiency.

Hyper-V provides a scalable and flexible virtualization platform that can support a wide range of workloads, including server consolidation, development and testing, and virtual desktop infrastructure. It also includes advanced features such as live migration, which allows virtual machines to be moved between physical servers with minimal disruption, and virtual machine replication, which provides a high level of availability and disaster recovery.

Suitable for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI or Microsoft Hyper-V architecture.

VMware VSphere

VMware vSphere hypervisor enables multiple virtual machines to run on a single physical host machine. It is a powerful virtualization platform that provides a secure and efficient way to consolidate multiple servers onto a single physical machine, thereby reducing hardware costs and simplifying server management.

One of the key features of VMware vSphere is its ability to support a wide range of operating systems and applications, making it a versatile platform for running a variety of workloads. This hypervisor is widely used in enterprise environments for server consolidation, cloud computing, and virtual desktop infrastructure. It is known for its reliability, performance, and security, and has a large community of users and developers who contribute to its ongoing development and improvement.

Suitable for VMWare vSAN (HCI) or VMWare vSphere architecture.

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