How virtualization works

Proven process of consolidating old systems
Proven process of consolidating old systems
Consequences of waiting
Consequences of waiting
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Phase I
Applied Media Resources will conduct an over the phone questionnaire to determine what hardware,  operating system, and software you are  running.  This will help our Technician have a better understanding of your environment and where potential pitfalls may exist.
Phase II
A Certified Applied Media Resources Tech (CAMRT) will come to your location to evaluate your systems.  The CAMRE will not only analyze your hardware and software configurations but also measure the performance of your systems.  Performance is measured over a 5 business day period in order to produce real world metrics.  The data that is collected over this period is used to formulate a recommendations proposal that is specific to your operation.
Phase III
Upon approval of the recommendations proposal a service order and work plan will be generated.  Once approved the CAMRT will begin the implementation phase.  Prior to implementation all systems will be backed up.  This process can be performed by your organization or our CAMRT.  The CAMRT will consolidate and replicate your systems onto a virtual server(s) as well as execute any other requirements as outlined in the service order.  Depending on the complexity of the implementation the project may take a few hours to a few days.  In either case your normal business processes will run uninterrupted during implementation.  This process will be completely seamless to your business operations.
Phase IV
Applied Media Resources will continue to support you and your new system for the duration of the support and maintenance contract.  This can included quarterly on-site maintenance of hardware, customer support line, monitoring, and much more.
- Loss of valuable data
- High recovery cost
- Custom programs not working
- High power consumption cost
- Systems crashing
- Interruptions in business
- Employee down time
- Decrease in productivity due to
  slow old systems
- Expensive purchase of new
  systems, licenses, and software
- No quick fix to disaster recovery
- Complex learning curve for