Data Center Virtualization Software

Best Data Center Virtualization Software include:

VMware Cloud Director and CDW Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC).

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IBM InfoSphere Information Server

IBM InfoSphere is an enterprise grade master data management solution used by over 700 customers. It competes with Oracle's Siebel UCM product and Informatica.

VMware Cloud Director

VMware Cloud Director (formerly vCloud Director) is a cloud service-delivery platform used by cloud providers to operate and manage cloud-service businesses. The vendor states that by using VMware Cloud Director, cloud providers deliver secure, efficient, and elastic cloud resources…

Red Hat JBoss Data Virtualization

JBoss Data Virtualization is a data integration solution that sits in front of multiple data sources and allows them to be treated as a single source, to deliver the right data, in the required form, at the right time to any application and/or user. Also presented as a lean, virtual…

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NEC Nblock
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NEC offers the Nblock integrated IT infrastructure, designed to provide the architecture to build a virtual data center.

FalconStor StorGuard (FalconStor NSS)

StorGuard® replaces CDP/NSS and StorSight® brings a new, multitenant, Web-based user experience across all sites and clouds running FalconStor software. Industry-standard servers, in a high-availability configuration, run the StorGuard software. These servers are placed between the…

Mirantis Flow
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Mirantis Flow is a vendor-agnostic, centrally operated cloud native data center service that covers the virtualization and containerization needs of applications both in a datacenter and across the public cloud, aiming to lower the user's data center software and support costs by…

Datometry Hyper-Q

Datometry Hyper-Q is a SaaS platform that lets applications originally written for a specific database run natively on a cloud data warehouse. Hyper-Q enables enterprise to replatform to public cloud without a highly time-consuming, costly, and risk-laden database migration.

Altvia Answers

Altvia Answers is purpose-built to private equity that provides an interactive business intelligence and analytics solution that allows you to view data from multiple sources all in one place. According to the vendor, Answers makes it easy to perform complex analyses at any time…

Huayun ArcherOS

Huayun's ArcherOS is a data center virtualization solution that provides an abstraction layer to create and manage logical pools of resources to meet business needs, by maximizing resource utilization. The ArcherOS Stack includes the ArCom software-defined storaage solution, ArNet…

CDW Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC)

CDW SDDC is a a software-defined data center (SDDC) that extends efficiency, flexibility and security beyond just servers to the entire data center, including storage, and network.

Azure ExpressRoute

Use Azure ExpressRoute to create private connections between Azure datacenters and infrastructure on premises or in a colocation environment. ExpressRoute connections don't route through the public internet, and they offer more reliability, faster speed, and lower latency than typical…

Learn More About Data Center Virtualization Software

What is Data Center Virtualization?

Data center virtualization describes the design, development, and implementation of data centers using virtual hardware. The term data center virtualization covers a number of discrete virtualization categories: server virtualization, data virtualization, application virtualization, and network virtualization.

A traditional data center is composed of many different kinds of hardware, including switches, storage systems, routers, and servers. These components must all be properly connected and powered. As a result, a traditional data center may have significant space and power requirements.

Alternatively, each component and its connections can be virtually recreated on a small number of dedicated. Supervisory software creates virtual components as they are needed. A virtualized data center often requires less power and space than a traditional data center. It can also be simpler to automate and update than a traditional data center.

Data center virtualization vendors offer tools and software to create and host virtual data centers. They may also offer additional services and products that integrate with their data center virtualization solution.

Data Center Virtualization Features & Capabilities

Data center virtualization vendors offer the following features:

  • Replacement of data center hardware with virtual hardware

  • Cloud-based or onsite deployment

  • Integration with other products and services from the vendor

Pricing Information

Pricing for data center virtualization services vary depending on whether they are cloud-based or onsite.

For cloud-based services, vendors often offer a tiered per-month pricing plan. These plans vary based on the number of users and the capabilities of the hardware running the virtual data system. Pricing can range from under $3,000.00 per month to over $50,000.00 per month.

For onsite services, vendors offer license-based pricing plans. These plans vary based on usage requirements. Pricing may range from under $2,500.00 per license to over $10,000.00 per license.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What businesses benefit most from data center virtualization?

Data center virtualization is a valuable tool for any organization that wants to virtualize their data. Businesses that need a versatile data center but lack the physical space or maintenance staff can use data center virtualization.

Are there free or open source data center virtualization options?

The nature of data center virtualization doesn’t lend itself to fully featured free options. Businesses that want to virtualize their data processes will need a paid solution.

How much do data center virtualization solutions cost?

Data center virtualization solutions are priced depending on a number of factors. One is whether the solution is cloud based or on premise. The next big factor is how great your storage needs are. Regardless, businesses should expect to pay at least $3,000 per month.