Network virtualization doesn't have to be hard—the right partner can offer an automated deployment process with centralized change and policy management, as well as automated self-healing protocols to minimize disruptions and ensure business continuity. Your organization will be provided with end-to-end application level visibility, and a simplified troubleshooting process which can help cut costs and prevent downtime.
And when it comes to keeping your network secure, you may also want to consider managed services:
- Entry level monitoring and notification will provide alerts and isolate events to access, transport or CPE.
- Co-management offers monitoring and notification while allowing you to retain control over network policies.
- Full management relinquishes control of monitoring and remediation to your managed services provider.
Hosting physical servers onsite might on the surface seem like an attractive proposition for many companies, but it constrains asset management and could compromise business continuity by locating too many assets in too few locations. Virtualization helps ensure continued access to crucial data and can decrease downtime. It also helps businesses use IT resources more efficiently now and in the future.
Learn more about how Verizon’s virtual network services can help you better leverage your IT infrastructure assets.