A comprehensive approach to distributed computing

The challenge for IT departments today is no longer whether to virtualize but when and how. AdvizeX, a Rolta company, provides the expertise and depth of knowledge required to implement an appropriate virtualization strategy as well as the right support and management tools to harness its full benefits.The AdvizeX approach is comprehensive and includes planning, implementation and post-migration support for server, storage, network, and desktop solutions – all customized and tailored to address the specific needs of your distributed computing environment.

The Virtualization Advizer™ is a specially developed application for accurately benchmarking the current state of your company’s technology infrastructure. This unique capability is used in the virtualization planning process and is based on over 600 weighted characteristics. In addition to the many other benefits provided by virtualization, AdvizeX customers typically save 50-70% on overall IT costs by consolidating existing resource pools.

Our team of experts helps your IT department navigate the complexity of virtualized environments to architect the right solution to suit your unique business goals and scalability requirements. Our strategic, consultative, virtualization implementation process is proven to deliver optimal results by performing TCO/ROI analysis evaluating current resource utilization, available platforms and application needs to determine optimal consolidation ratios and business value. AdvizeX VMware-certified engineers then propose an implementation plan that maximizes benefits across server, desktop, storage, backup and recovery, networking and management areas. We then plan and execute required engineering tasks and business processes, and measure and monitor results.

With AdvizeX as your partner you’re able to optimize your IT budgets, reallocate and reprioritize your staff’s valuable time, and increase your business agility. The sooner AdvizeX helps you virtualize your existing IT resources, the sooner you can start focusing on business strategy rather than technology management.