With VMware Technology, the IT is made simple, workloads are deployed faster, operations are automated, the availability is increased, and, so forth. In brief, it is a practical solution, wherein multiple operating systems are installed on a single physical workstation or server for workstation[s] or the server[s].
The virtualization brought about by multiple servers reduces the physical server needs, storage space, and lowers the energy bill. Additionally, it reduces the carbon footprint, cooling costs, floor space, UPS costs, and so forth. Further, the maintenance or upgrade costs also get cheaper.
Virtualization software creates an abstraction layer over computer hardware that allows the hardware elements of a single computer- processors, memory, storage, and more- to be divided into multiple virtual computers, commonly called virtual machines (VMs). Each virtual machine runs its own operating system (OS) and behaves like an independent computer, even though it is running on a portion of the actual underlying computer hardware.
As you can imagine, virtualization enables more efficient utilization of computer hardware and enables a greater return on an organization’s hardware investment. It also enables cloud providers— public or private— to serve more users with their existing physical computer hardware.