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In day-to-day operations of datacenters of modern companies, virtualization of all disposable IT resources of the existing or prearranged data system has become a standard, without which any further work can never reach optimum level; business commonly becomes inflexible and, consequently, unprofitable.

In prospect of increasing its clients’ business efficiency, amber Software offers complete virtualization, in following segments:

– delivery and installation of the system components
– implementation of the system and virtualization software
– transfer of user applications onto a virtualized system

Aiming to implement its virtualization platforms and other user applications on as good and reliable a hardware as it gets, Amber Software has developed cooperation with the likes of IBMEMC and HP, which we are only too proud of.

Amber Software is, in this segment, in capacity to offer and implement entirely integrated systems, where infrastructure and virtualization platform are unified, such as IBM Pure Flex ili VCE Vblock.


IBM Pure Flex

IBM Pure Flex

VCE Vblock

VCE Vblock


In response to clients’ demands, our company offers tailored solutions based on products of renowned companies.

– Server systems – IBMHP
– Storage systems – EMC IBM
– Virtualization software – VMWareCitrixMicrosoft
– Security solutions – CheckpointJuniper NetworksCisco – Iron Port

Server Virtualization

Aiming for efficient utilization of IT solutions and notable decrease in initial investment and running costs of IT sector, a new solution has been developed, that we have come to know today as virtualization. Server virtualization represents technology that enables us to take just one physical server, and place several virtual servers on it, in order to optimize the system, increase security, ease maintenance and lower the cost of investments in hardware, space and electric energy.


Virtualization of Workstations, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) is a desktop-centric service that hosts user desktop environments on remote servers (workstations), which are accessed over a network, using a remote display protocol. This technology requires servers which house virtualized workstations, thin clients or server communication computers.

A connection brokering service is used to connect users to their assigned desktop sessions. For users, this means they can access their desktop from any location, without being tied to a single client device. Since the resources are centralized, users moving between work locations can still access the same desktop environment with their applications and data. For IT administrators, this means a more centralized, efficient client environment that is easier to maintain and able to respond more quickly to the changing needs of the user and business.