Server Virtualization

Interlink offers a wide variety of Linux and Windows virtual server options. As cloud based programs and features become more popular, many companies are looking to virtual servers to take the place of buying additional hardware.

How does it work? As hardware becomes faster many servers have the horsepower to be split into multiple server instances. The virtual environments are sometimes called virtual private servers or emulations.

These virtual server instances are completely separated and act independently from each other. Administrative software can allocate portions of the hardware capacity to each instance balance them accordingly.

There are many other variations and types of virtualization with servers, but this is the most common.