Virtualization improves the efficiency and availability of IT resources and applications. Virtualization starts by eliminating the old "one server, one application" model and runs multiple virtual machines on each physical machine; Additionally, it works on freeing IT administrators from spending too much time managing servers rather than innovating. About 70% of a typical IT budget in a non-virtualized datacenter goes towards just maintaining the existing infrastructure, with little left for innovation.

An automated datacenter built on the production-proven virtualization platform lets you respond to market dynamics faster and more efficiently than ever before. While virtualization technology is most popular in the server world, virtualization technology is also being used in data storage, Networks, Applications and inside of operating systems.

THEQA provides the following Virtualization Solutions:

Server Virtualization

The costs of delivering power, cooling, network infrastructure, storage infrastructure, administrative overhead and space requirement to underutilized servers continue to increase. Businesses are under pressure to ease management and reduce costs while retaining and enhancing competitive advantages, such as flexibility, reliability, scalability, and security you can eliminate server sprawl by converting your x86 physical machines into fully functional virtual machines.

Resilient Server Virtualization

Enterprise applications, such as Microsoft Exchange Server, Office Communications Server, and Microsoft SharePoint Server are critical for day-to-day operations. But they can also be a source of inefficiency. In traditional IT environments, these applications can require large numbers of servers, not all of which are fully employed.

By migrating enterprise applications to a virtualized environment, organizations have the opportunity to consolidate their hardware requirements and reduce the associated power, management, and maintenance costs.

Virtualization technologies are primarily focused on the operating systems layer? Not the applications layer. Therefore, when organizations decide to pursue a virtualization strategy, they need to take steps to ensure that the new environment does not adversely impact application performance.

Desktop Virtualization

Today's computing environment requires IT departments to address more PC management challenges than they did just a few years ago. Users are increasingly demanding access to their applications and data anywhere and from any device.

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is an alternative desktop delivery model that allows users to access desktops running in the datacenter, which achieves:

  • Integrated management;
  • Enhanced security and compliance;
  • Anywhere access from connected devices;
  • Increased business continuity.
  • Virtualization Management


Virtual machines are not simply objects to manipulate, but actual computers with real workloads. Managing them just like we manage our physical systems is imperative. A common management environment reduces training, ensures uniform policy application and simplifies maintenance by leveraging your existing software, personnel, and most importantly, your existing IT management process.

Private Cloud

THEQA provides many cloud centric solutions like server virtualizations, cloud control panel, cloud bridges, integration solutions between on-premises with cloud infrastructures and cloud performance monitoring plus management solutions.
THEQA can help you get more out of your IT infrastructure and your bottom line leveraging many products and solutions; and give you a path towards a dynamic and compatible operating environment allowing you to leverage internal and external IT resources, when and where you need them, in a secure hybrid cloud.