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Microsoft Hyper-V

Formerly known as Windows Server Virtualization, Hyper-V Server Virtualization enables increased availability, support for host clustering, and deep support for live migrations and migrations where downtime must be kept to an absolute minimum.

As with many virtualization platforms, it is a relatively new solution that can present a unique set of challenges for even the most experienced IT professional. But your organization will enjoy the benefits and avoid the hurdles by choosing Met Sistem as your partner for server virtualization.

Met Sistem is a Microsoft Partner headed up by a former Microsoft Business Technology consultant who will help your department or entire enterprise easily overcome the hurdles inherent in transitioning to a more virtual workplace.

And it starts with Hyper-V server virtualization.


Hyper-V provides a reliable virtualization platform and integrated management that enables users to virtualize infrastructure. One way Hyper V delivers great value is by easily plugging into existing IT infrastructure, allowing your group to leverage existing management tools and skill-sets with broad support from Microsoft and its partners.

Hyper-V server virtualization...

  • Enables virtual machines to utilize nearly endless amounts of memory
  • Connects virtual machines with high-powered multi-core processors
  • Opens dynamic storage systems to more users
  • Employs the latest high-speed network connectivity

The Met Sistem Edge


Let Met Sistem get you started with Hyper-V Server Virtualization today. The Met Sistem team has the depth and breadth of both technology and vertical market experience to help you maximize every aspect of going virtual.

For more information about Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager, send an email to poc@metsistem.com, call +90 (212)250 4402, or complete our contact form and one of our team will call you back. Alternatively, why not request a Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager demo?