Virtualize with 45Drives
We've been helping our customers virtualize their storage for years with Proxmox.
Proxmox supports an array of features for server virtualization management. It combines all your data center elements: storage, computing, networking, and easy management of your infrastructure on one single platform.
The best part? It's open source—meaning there's no license or subscription needed! But open source doesn't mean you're on your own. Like all of our solutions, 45Drives is here to support you every step of the way!
We provide you with the virtualization front-end hardware with back-end storage. So, when using a 45Drives virtual environment, you get all of this and friendly support under one umbrella. So, if you're looking to virtualize your environment, look no further.
Well, virtualization isn't a new concept — it's been around for a while, so you may know what it is
already. But here at 45Drives, we like to make storage easy and demystify the jargon. So, if you're
unfamiliar with virtualization, here's an analogy.
You just bought a house (your server), and it's wide open — nothing is separating your kitchen from your bedroom. So instead of buying another house to put your kitchen in, it's more economical to put up walls to create separate rooms. That's virtualization.
Virtualization uses software to simulate hardware functionality and create a virtual computer system, enabling your organization to run multiple operating systems and applications – on a single server.
ProxMox is a complete, open-source hypervisor management platform for enterprise virtualization.
It combines all your data center elements: storage, computing, networking, and easy management of your infrastructure on one single platform.
With the integrated web-based user interface, you can easily manage virtual machines and containers, high availability for clusters, or integrated disaster recovery tools.
Virtualizing your environment is perfect for simplifying your storage management. It also has many other great benefits, including: