ADIVA helps with new installation services server virtualization Paderborn, September 07, 2010. The VAD distributor ADIVA allows all partners to participate in the current trend of server virtualization. With the new services, ADIVA support during installation and commissioning of VMware, Microsoft and Citrix-server environments and SAN storages. Virtualization, the cost of infrastructure be reduced through consolidation of server and storage systems and simultaneously increased their efficiency. ADIVA computer technology GmbH paves the entry in this field of business for its partners with new services: ADIVA support during installation and commissioning of VMware, Microsoft and Citrix server environments and provides the knowledge for the successful use of these solutions. In addition, ADVIA grants a discount of 5% on the new installation services in September. The timing of the award of the contract in September and not the later date of installation is essential for this. The new services ADIVA installed and Configure a virtualization server, to which the partner then connects with the help of a client system together with the partner.
Depending on the customer and system requirements, ADIVA creates a virtual machine based on Windows or Linux, and establishes the necessary services on the server. The services offered include the installation of VMware Vsphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, CITRIX XenServer and Microsoft Server 2008 R2. Furthermore, ADIVA also helps the target group-specific installation and commissioning of SAN storage solutions. CITRIX XenServer installation ADIVA support during installation and commissioning of Citrix XenServer at the customer and gives partners the knowledge for the successful use of Citrix XenServer 5.0/5.6 and the XenCenter management client. ADIVA installs and configures a virtualization server, to which the partner then connects with the help of the XenCenter management client together with the partner. Depending on the customer and system requirements, a virtual machine is created, based on Windows or Linux, and a XenServer resource pool created, will be connected to a local / remote storage.