Virtual Server Solutions
What is a virtual server?
Virtual servers are the new way of having multiple servers on one physical server box. The one physical server box houses multiple virtual servers that are set up logically through the use of the software. Instead of having multiple boxes do multiple functions, your community bank could perform many functions on one server box using virtual servers.
What are the advantages of employing a virtual server?
- Your bank will have a lower overall hardware cost.
- Maintenance needs to be performed on only one device.
- Virtual servers save on space.
- When other services or programs need their own server environment, you can easily add it to your virtual server instead of buying a brand new server for each program.
CBC Virtual Server Features
CBC custom builds, loads, and installs virtual servers based on the needs of your community bank. Some of our standard features are:
- High-quality components.
- Redundant powers supplies.
- State of the art cooling.
- Raid array's that have a fault tolerance for hard drive failures ensuring server up-time.
Is the server configuration documented?
Yes, CBC documents all of our work using our proprietary documentation methods. We document all server settings and all the settings for the software on the server. To learn more about our documentation click here.
If you would like to talk to CBC about our virtual servers, please contact us or call:
- Paul Elder at 614-848-3189 ext. 121
- Larry Krietemeyer at 614-848-3189 ext. 143
The expertise and learning that they bring to the organization is very helpful. Their professionalism, sharing of ideas, and willingness to sit and talk when we want them to, is a big help.