The need to set up complex IT centers is met particularly with a simple and easy response in the form of the VRM solution – which involves the automation and setup of virtual environments.
A typical example of this kind of challenge can be illustrated through a training center needing to set up a new class with some 30 machines. Similarly, you can consider a R&D firm that needs to set up 300 or even 3000 machines with new features. VRM solutions provide a solution to this need and make it possible to set up entire infrastructures in no time.
It’s possible, as part of this solution, to build isolated infrastructures within the virtual infrastructure. For instance, you can duplicate the production environment into an isolated area for R&D, so it can conduct experiments in an identical environment without compromising production.
Part of the options available inside the VRM is the Self Service Portal. This option provides the end user or the manager with the independent ability to request a virtual machine for a particular purpose. The system portal makes it possible to complete a requirements form, and if there is an appropriate authorization, it will be set up automatically. The Orcastrator component will make it possible to set up additional services on a machine, such as Visual Studio, etc., without the IT manager.
This VRM represents We-Ankor’s approach today for enterprises – the Software Defined Data Center.