Hyper-V Technology

Hyper-V – a Windows Server Virtualization platform, which does not use its host operating system to run the virtual machines but via a native hypervisor. The Hypervisor also called a virtual machine manager, is a program that allows multiple operating systems to share a single hardware host.

  • Security
  • Stability
  • Replication
  • Windows based
  • Included in Windows Server 2012


Boost efficiency and agility while reducing capital and operating costs using proven virtualization solutions built on VMWare vSphere.

It helps you deliver high application availability, minimize or eliminate downtime, increase IT productivity and responsiveness, enable centralized management and support business continuity and disaster recovery.

  • Partitioning
  • Isolation
  • Encapsulation
  • Hardware Independence