About Virtualization

Virtualization in computing refers to the creation of a logical (virtual) version of a computing resource, such as a hardware platform, operating system, a storage device or network resources, as opposed to an actual physical version. First introduced in the 1960s as a means to boost utilization of large-scale servers, it is now one of the hottest trends in the industry, as enterprises aim to increase the utilization, flexibility and cost-effectiveness in distributed computing environments. Virtualization helps enterprises save money, energy and time by turning single-purpose servers into multitasking ones, multiple servers into flexible computing pools, reduce the number of physical machines whilst increasing capacity usage, and deploy and manage enterprise resources much more easily, shifting IT focus from managing boxes to improving the services provided to the organization. Virtualization is already a prime consideration for Data Centers. Introduced in 2008, Microsoft Hyper-V provides an integrated, affordable and easy-to-implement server virtualization solution that enables enterprises to harness the power of Virtualization.

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