Is your agency ready for server virtualization?
- By Corporate Executive Board
- Dec 05, 2011
Definition: Server virtualization is the division of a server’s memory or processor capacity into separate and isolated “virtual machines” (VMs), simulating multiple machines within one physical box. Virtual machine software creates one or more abstracted operating systems (OSes) on a physical server, allowing the allocation of underused capacity.
Percentage of infrastructure executives who cited trends based on survey conducted by the Corporate Executive Board.
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