We’ve built a “cloud network” based on a Unix storage server layer and a Debian Linux Virtualization Platform. This network of machines is populated with open-source software, allowing us to reduce costs and increase inter-optability with any system needed. It allows us to generate unique server hosts with Linux, Unix, Windows Sever, Windows, and other operating systems. The nature of Virtualization allows virtual machines to be easily started on another physical host in the event of a failure. Virtual Hard Disk files are replicated to other storage servers, assuring that they remain available even if any storage server node fails. What this means is that servers hosted on our network can be kept working under many different conditions, maximizing up time and reliability.