Servers and virtualization

Servers are one of the most important components of IT infrastructure. As company develops, there is increased need for a unitary IT infrastructure so that all the equipment in it is in one system.   

The most important server functions are:

  • Ability to store company data within the company, that will increase data security;
  • Possibility to create data backup copies (centrally, as well as for individual user documents);
  • Protect computers in Your company by setting additional firewall settings, as well as centralize device management with a variety of tools;
  • Centralized management of applications, updates, user profiles, printers and other components;
  • Ability to securely use remote connection to the work environment from anywhere.


These are just some of the benefits of having a server in your IT infrastructure. However, in today's IT infrastructure, server virtualization is already used as a standard practice, which allows company to use physical server resources more efficiently, as well as to ensure the continuous operation of IT processes and applications required by the company.

In a traditional infrastructure, each business application is hosted on a separate physical server so that these applications do not conflict with each other. In turn, server virtualization allowsYyou to create completely isolated virtual servers (virtual machines) with, if necessary, different operating systems on the customer's physical server. Creating virtual machines takes significantly less time, as You don't have to purchase a new physical server each time, if the existing infrastructure resource allows it.

Baltijas Informācijas Tehnoloģijas cooperates with the world's leading manufacturers, such as Hewlett-Packard, Citrix Hypervisor, VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V, to provide customers with advice and choice, and to offer the most suitable solution.