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Server Virtualization Solution

Optimize your server resources and workloads with V2 Cloud’s server virtualization software. Run multiple virtual servers on a single physical server, and access your server and business applications from anywhere, on any device.

Server Virtualization Software

Why Choose V2 Cloud as Your Server Virtualization Provider?

Support your remote and hybrid workforce with V2 Cloud’s comprehensive server virtualization solutions.

By dividing a single physical server into multiple virtual servers, you can maximize resource utilization and efficiency. Our solution ensures employees have instant access to all necessary business files, folders, and applications, whether in the office or working remotely.

This seamless access promotes productivity and flexibility, making transitions between the office and home smooth and effortless.

Easy & Quick to Scale

Scale your storage and hardware resources effortlessly with our server virtualization solution as your business grows.

Enhanced Security

Protect sensitive data with hosted server virtualization, featuring high-end firewalls, DDoS protection, 24/7 monitoring, MFA, and SSO.

Simplified Management

Manage users’ access, cloud resources, security settings, and backups through an intuitive management console.

How Virtual Servers Work

Server virtualization works by using a hypervisor to divide a physical server into multiple virtual servers, known as virtual machines (VMs).

The hypervisor sits between the hardware and the VMs, allowing each VM to operate independently with its own operating system and applications.

This enables efficient resource allocation, as multiple VMs can share the physical server’s processing power, memory, and storage, optimizing overall performance and flexibility.


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Physical Server vs. Virtual Server

A physical server is a dedicated hardware device that runs a single operating system and application environment.

In contrast, a virtual server is a software-based environment created by partitioning a physical server using virtualization software. This allows multiple virtual servers to run on a single physical server, each operating independently with its own OS and applications.

While physical servers offer dedicated resources and high performance, virtual servers provide greater flexibility, efficient resource utilization, and cost savings by sharing the physical hardware’s resources.


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Simplified Virtualization and Setup with V2 Cloud

Get your virtualized environment up and running in 4 steps.


Choose Your Plan

We offer tailored plans through which our customer success team can guide you.


Build Your Cloud PC

Just as when buying a laptop, choose how much memory and processing power you need.



Download the V2 Cloud Client software on your local computer to remotely connect with your cloud desktop.


Get Started

Log into your V2 Cloud portal and use your application as if you had it installed on your desktop.


Which Plan Fits your Business?

See the full list of features for each plan.

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Virtualization is the process of creating a software-based virtual version of things whether that be computing, storage, networking, servers, or applications that behave just like their physical functionality. In other words, virtualization technology is the method of creating multiple virtual environments within a single physical system, and these virtual environments are all using the hardware of the single physical environment.

This virtualization technology is achieved by using a thin layer of software called a hypervisor. Hypervisor is a software that creates the actual virtualization effect. It allows us to divide a physical system into many different and separated virtual environments, known as virtual machines. The hypervisor allocates RAM, storage, and CPU power to each virtual machine as needed for more efficient hardware utilization. Virtualization solutions enable the company to run multiple operating systems and applications on a single server to boost work efficiency, agility, and security.

Businesses opt for VM (virtual machine) solutions to enhance efficiency and reduce costs. Traditional hardware typically supports only one operating system, leading to underutilization. VM solutions allow multiple systems and applications to run on a single server, streamlining operations and maintenance expenses. This approach also frees businesses from the constraints of physical infrastructure, facilitating scalability and workload management.

Virtual machine (VM) software facilitates the creation and management of VMs on physical servers, enabling server and desktop virtualization among others. Prominent providers include Citrix, Amazon, VMware Horizon, and V2 Cloud. Selecting the right VM software is crucial for operational effectiveness. V2 Cloud offers VM software designed for speed and simplicity, with transparent pricing and a multi-user cloud computing option, ensuring reliable and secure service for businesses.

The pricing for a virtualization solution starts at $35 USD per user, contingent on chosen configurations such as CPU, RAM, and storage capacity. Bulk license agreements may qualify for customized pricing. For more information, visit our pricing page or contact us directly.

The first step to setting up a virtual machine is understanding what you need like how many virtual systems you will run. Hard drive space limits the number of virtual machines you can set up, and each virtual machine will need RAM and CPU. Next, once you have determined physical hardware with appropriate resources, you are able to use our V2 Cloud virtualization solution and follow its instructions to set up a virtual machine. Now you have set up a virtual machine, how to configure your virtual machine? You can easily find the configuration setting from the “manage computer” interface, and you can configure your virtual machine such as adding users/applications, upgrading plans, setting storage, etc. If you have more questions or problems about setting up or configuring a virtual machine server, please contact our support team.

Advantages of Virtualization

  • Cost Reduction: Saves on physical hardware and space.
  • Enhanced Security: Data is stored securely in the cloud with regular backups.
  • Scalability: Easy to adjust resources based on demand.

Disadvantages of Virtualization

  • Data Risk: Potential security vulnerabilities if not using a robust solution. V2 Cloud address this with comprehensive security features
  • Initial Setup Cost: Software licensing and server setup costs can be high, though V2 Cloud provides a competitive starting price.

Selecting the best virtualization solution depends on your specific business needs. Desktop virtualization, for example, involves moving from physical desktops to virtual ones managed remotely, which can reduce IT expenses and enhance productivity. Providers like V2 Cloud offer services that enable the quick setup of virtual environments, without extensive training, tailoring solutions such as virtual desktops, applications, and servers to your requirements.

What V2 Cloud's customers are saying

I’ve been using V2 Cloud for over 2 years now, and it has been fantastic. Our productivity has increased as we can all work off the same server. I recommend V2 Cloud to any business in search of a secure, reliable and cost-effective cloud desktop solution…

Perm Persaud

Owner of Ark Accounting & Tax PC

As a small business with very few employees all the alternatives required minimum order commitment and exceeded our budget. V2 Cloud help us setup the machine we needed and also install our accounting software.

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