Six types of virtualizations are currently making ahead in IT area which include Network Virtualization, Storage Virtualization, Server Virtualization, Data Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization and Application Virtualization.
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One of the major uses of Virtualization technology is server
utilization that uses softwareto imitate the underlying hardware.
Six types of virtualizations are currently making ahead in IT
area which include Network Virtualization, Storage
Virtualization, Server Virtualization, Data Virtualization, Desktop
Virtualization and Application Virtualization.
Network Virtualization is an idea that disguises true
complexity of the network by dividing it into possible
parts. And each of the part is independent from the
remaining parts and assigned to a particular server or
Storage Virtualization is known to be used in storage
area networks. It‚Äôs a group of physical storage from
multi network storage devices and appears as a single
storage device which manages from a central console.
Sever Virtualization conceals server resources including
individual physical processors, servers and operating systems.
Data Virtualization includes abstracting traditional details of data
and data management such as format, performance or location in
favor to wide range of access and more resiliencies that tied to
Desktop Virtualization is majorly known as workstation load rather a
server. DV allows user to operate desktop remotely by using a lean
client at the desk.
Application Virtualization runs in an enclosed form without
depending upon the operating system underneath. For instance,
Application Virtualization allows a Windows app to run on Linux or
Ubuntu and vice versa.