W2 Virtualized Cloud Architecture

The load levels of a random group of servers in a data center or business environment will likely show that a high percentage of the servers are not utilizing anywhere near their potential resources. Indeed, many will be found to be running only marginally above an idle state, while some servers would be found to be working under a high load to the point that they could be considered overloaded. Only some servers would be found to be in a balanced state of resource utilization.

Servers that are overloaded run hot, provide sluggish performance and have higher failure rates compared to servers working within their resources availability. Servers that are under utilizing their resources are simply not efficient and often sit right alongside an overloaded server.

Traditional Architecture



- Some servers overloaded, some are almost idle.

- Overall poor efficiency.

- Poor scalability, hardware / software upgrades can result in downtime.

- Architecture does not offer High Availability.

Using W2 Cloud Virtualization, resources are seen as a pool or a cloud and then assigned to each user. Each individual piece of hardware in the system is working in a balanced state, utilizing resources efficiently and safely. If needed, more resources can be instantly assigned to a user or added to the cloud easily.

Virtualized Cloud Architecture



- Resources are pooled within the cloud and users access a virtual chunk of the pooled resources.

- Increased efficiency due to optimal utilization of resources.

- No idle servers and no overloaded servers.

- Easy scalability of both Virtual and physical resources.

- Various Levels of High Availability.

W2 Cloud's architecture offers all of the benefits of traditional VPS systems but with the added benefits of pooled resources, high availability, efficiency and scalability.

Due to the efficiency benefits we obtain using the cloud based system, we are able to offer an enterprise class product at a cost that is very competitive with traditional architecture based systems.