Virtualization Developers

Virtualization Developers for Hire

Virtualization in IT refers to the creation of a computer-generated representation of a physical hardware or resource. Although virtualization is commonly associated with virtual machines (VMs), where a single physical computer can host multiple VMs running different operating systems such as Windows, Linux, IBM I, or Advanced Interactive eXecutive (AIX), it can also be used for various operations in a data centre that may not seem suitable for virtualization.

By implementing virtualization, your Data Centre (DC) can substantially reduce the amount of physical hardware required to host an array of Windows, Linux, or IBM I virtual machines on a single Intel or IBM POWER system. In the past, it was necessary to distinguish the application software layer from the underlying hardware infrastructure due to the limited adaptability of the system and significant expenses associated with managing resources. However, the concept of virtualized computing was created to address this issue.

Works! has the expertise to assist your company in finding skilled virtualization developers, and we offer demonstrations if you would like to learn more.

Setting Up Virtual Machines

Computations at the machine level are represented as a sequence of binary digits that consist of 1s and 0s, which represent the ‘On’ and ‘Off’ states of the transistors in digital signal processors. Changing these binary digits is a fundamental aspect of computing processes that involves the user, software, operating system, and hardware to produce dynamic permutations of computing processes.

When a user interacts with an application, the program connects with the operating system to coordinate with the hardware components to carry out necessary binary computations. The operating system treats the computer’s hardware as a sequence of binary digits instead of real devices.

In virtualization, hardware capabilities are emulated as ones and zeroes at the lowest level of computing, creating virtualized environments within software containers called virtual machines (VMs). Virtual machines can run their own operating systems (OS) and applications independently from other virtual machines. Utilising a virtualization layer known as a hypervisor, the underlying physical hardware resources such as storage and memory can be shared among virtual machines, maximising efficiency.

Allocating hardware resources to multiple virtual machines (VMs) is done through a hypervisor or virtual machine management (VMM).

If you’re interested in getting virtualization developers on board for your business, consider consulting with Works to learn more.

The Importance of Virtualization in Technology Development

IT resources such as virtual machines, operating systems, desktop operating systems, applications, and users can all be virtualized and shared, enabling them to be used in the same way as their physical counterparts. Examples of virtualization in the IT industry include creating multiple virtual machines from a single physical server, running multiple operating systems on a single physical computer, sharing applications between multiple users on a single system, and running desktop applications in the cloud. By utilizing virtualization, businesses can achieve greater efficiency, cost savings, and agility in managing their IT resources.

  • Advantages of Virtualizing Servers:

    Server virtualization is commonly achieved through clustering, which involves dividing a physical server into multiple virtual machines (VMs) that can be independently managed, started, stopped, and accessed. This technique can be implemented in various ways, such as running multiple Windows VMs on an Intel-based server or creating multiple partitions of Linux, AIX, or IBM I on an IBM POWER system.
  • Network Virtualization:

    Networking technology, such as Ethernet ports, can be shared among numerous virtual machines hosted on the same machine. This is achieved through Network Address Translation (NAT), which acts as a virtualized physical network adapter and assigns each guest operating system (OS) with its own unique Internet Protocol (IP) address.
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI):

    In contrast to virtualizing a server’s workload, VDI virtualizes the workload of a workstation. By utilising thin clients, mobile phones, desktop computers, or tablets, a virtual desktop environment can be accessed remotely, enabling users to access the host computer’s desktop functions while displaying output on their local device.
  • Software Environment Simulation Technology:

    Application virtualization is a technology that allows software to be hosted on a remote server, but appear to be running locally on the user’s own machine. This approach saves time and effort for administrators by requiring only one copy of the application to be installed on the server, reducing the need to apply security patches.
  • Virtualization for Data Storage:

    It is possible to combine the storage resources from multiple servers or storage devices into a single pool and manage them from a centralised interface, thereby allocating them to specific users. This process, known as storage virtualization or cloud storage, offers an effective way of storing and utilising data.

At Works, we are proud to offer expert virtualization developers to businesses across all industries. Our experienced professionals provide tailored solutions to meet the unique needs of each customer. We recognise that every business is different, and our team is dedicated to delivering the best possible service. If you are interested in learning more about how our virtualization developers can assist your organisation, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Our staff is available to answer your queries and provide you with all the information you require to make an informed decision.

The Advantages of Virtualization

Virtualization provides several ways for development businesses to benefit.

  • Cost Savings:

    Virtualization can help businesses reduce their capital expenses by consolidating multiple machines and resources into a single computer or IT resource. This results in decreased costs associated with purchasing new hardware and maintenance, enabling businesses to optimise their budgets.
  • Cost Savings:

    Virtualization enables businesses to minimise capital expenses by using one computer or IT resource to replace multiple machines or resources. As a result, costs associated with purchasing and maintaining these machines and resources can be reduced.
  • Mobility and Portability:

    Virtualization makes it easy to transfer or duplicate settings across different computer systems. This simplifies the process of cloning machines or migrating them to a new environment, which is useful for various purposes such as business continuity, high availability, disaster recovery, or setting up test or quality assurance environments.
  • Enhancing IT Operations Efficiency:

    Virtualization allows for quicker deployment, configuration, and maintenance of servers and workstations than before, freeing up IT Operations to concentrate on more critical tasks that can benefit the company. This will enable the IT department to become more efficient and effective in their operations.
  • Increase in Hardware Utilisation:

    By consolidating existing storage into a single pool, you can take advantage of previously unused resources and increase server efficiency by deploying multiple virtual machines (VMs) on a single physical server.
  • Cloud Migration:

    Virtualization simplifies the process of transitioning operations to the cloud by isolating them from the underlying hardware and software.

At Works, we highly recommend seeking advice from our experts to identify the virtualization developers that are the best fit for your organisation’s needs. This will guarantee that you can find the most appropriate developers for your project, enabling you to achieve your desired outcomes efficiently and on time.

Three Considerations Before Implementing Virtualization

Before migrating server workloads to the cloud, it is vital to consider several vital indicators to determine whether virtualized resources will meet your expectations in terms of speed, efficiency, cost, security, and uptime. To guarantee a smooth migration and achieve these objectives, it is essential to consider the following variables:

  1. Safety and Regulations:

    When considering how IT workloads access and move between different networking, computing, and storage layers, it is critical to consider the potential security and regulatory implications. Failure to do so might jeopardise the efficiency and/or safety of these workloads. It is critical to have appropriate measures in place to protect against unauthorised access, data leakage, and other hazards associated with moving IT workloads across different layers. Furthermore, organisations must ensure that all transitions comply with any relevant regulatory requirements.
  2. Slow Software:

    Running too many workloads that require high levels of input/output (I/O) activity, or too many workloads that require moderate input/output operations, concurrently, can negatively impact software performance in virtual environments.
  3. Administrative Complexity:

    With the ability for users to customise virtual machines to meet the specific requirements of various IT workloads and applications, managing the virtual infrastructure can become more complex and intricate. This necessitates a more comprehensive approach to ensure that the virtual environment is well-maintained and well-organised.

Virtualization allows organisations to achieve higher levels of performance than is possible with a traditional, hard-coded physical infrastructure. This technology is particularly advantageous in scenarios where adaptability and scalability are critical. Virtualization provides businesses with the flexibility to respond rapidly to changing market conditions and the ability to scale operations up or down as needed.

At Works, we have specialists available to discuss our approach to evaluating and assessing candidates for virtualization developer positions. We are dedicated to identifying the most suitable professionals for these roles, and our specialists can provide you with more information about the process.

Skills Required for Virtualization Developers


Virtualization developers must be able to:

  • Help customers using Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X to troubleshoot issues with CITRIX XenDesktop.
  • Troubleshoot and configure Virtual Centre tools such as VMotion and DRS.
  • The CECOM SEC S3 development team requires a clustered ESX VDI solution from you.
  • Assist the CECOM SEC S3 development team by designing a clustered ESX VDI solution.
  • Have knowledge of desktop virtualization through VMware View (VDI).
  • Make a comparison between Citrix (XenDesktop) and VMware’s virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) options (View).
  • Expand the number of VM hosts, then update and patch vSphere hosts and clusters.
  • Create a Windows 7 virtual machine using vSphere Client 5.0.
  • Migrate your VI3 virtual machines to vSphere 4 nodes.
  • Improve the Disaster Recovery Procedures for vSphere 4.x.
  • Extend the vSphere infrastructure.
  • Construct all UCS domains utilizing the UCS Power Tool and PowerShell, and then put them into operation.
  • Have expertise in development tools and scripting languages like Python, Bash, JavaScript, and/or PowerShell.
  • Be familiar with virtualization technologies like VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, and Red Hat’s KVM.
  • Be well-versed in network setup and troubleshooting (HTTP, SNMP, NFS).

Diverse Range of Skills

A virtualization programmer must,

  • Develop significant product features by carefully considering the product’s architecture, design, and development.
  • Review test scenarios to deploy a system in a simulated environment.
  • To ensure the proper functioning of the feature under test, it’s crucial to develop dependable Python test scripts that adhere to predefined test cases. This ensures the feature is tested both in isolation and in the context of the larger system.
  • Be familiar with an automation framework that is widely used in your industry.
  • Generate defects for the software team based on your analysis of issues that occurred during pytest development.
  • Proficient in the theoretical and practical aspects of software testing.
  • Be accustomed to iterative development methodologies.
  • Proficiency in virtualization and related technologies is imperative.

Industry Knowledge

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses and their employees have been forced to explore remote work alternatives. At Works, we are dedicated to offering our clients the most suitable virtualization developers for their specific industry and needs, whether it be for a temporary, freelance, or full-time position.

Our services are provided to a wide range of industries, including those listed below.

  • Edu-Tech
  • Fintech
  • Healthcare
  • Transportation and supply chain management
  • Retail, both online and offline
  • Travel
  • Banking
  • Media

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At Works, we maintain a high success rate of more than 98% by thoroughly vetting through the applicants who apply to be our Virtualization Developer. To ensure that we connect you with professional Virtualization Developers of the highest expertise, we only pick the top 1% of applicants to apply to be part of our talent pool. You'll get to work with top Virtualization Developers to understand your business goals, technical requirements and team dynamics.