ESXi | Bare Metal Hypervisor
ESXi is a type of hypervisor, software that allows multiple operating systems to run on a single physical server.

It is used for virtualization, i.e. for creating a virtual version of a computer system, including hardware and operating system, on a physical server. In this way, multiple virtual machines can run on the same server, each with its own operating system and applications that can be managed and accessed remotely.

ESXi is a type of bare-metal hypervisor, meaning that it runs directly on the physical server hardware without the need for a host operating system.
Other related technologies include virtual machines, virtual networks and virtual storage.

BITS experts have deployed ESXi in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.

Migration of a Java business application to Docker as well as startup within a Kubernetes cluster

In this project, the task was to migrate a hotel management software consisting of Java backend, relational database and Angular frontend from a native server environment to a Kubernetes cluster. At the same time, the Kubernetes cluster was designed, rebuilt and commissioned.

Conception, planning, control and execution of a data center move with production-critical infrastructure

BITS organized and coordinated the relocation of the IT landscape from one data center to a new data center for a globally active corporation in the automotive industry (data center migration). The project comprised around 150 applications and 600 servers, some of which had production-relevant effects, and was supported by us over a period of 3 years.

Development and operation of the DACH wide Internet e-commerce platform

Together with drink now GmbH, a specialist in beverage sales, BITS GmbH has set up and operates the Internet e-commerce platform as a strategic IT partner successful to this day.

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