Virtualization is the process of creating a virtual version of a server or computer system using software rather than hardware. It enables multiple operating systems to run simultaneously on a single machine.
Virtualization aims to centralize administrative tasks and reduce hardware costs while improving scalability and workloads.
Virtualization is based on the concept of partitioning wherein, a single physical server is divided into multiple logical servers, which in turn, run operating system and applications independently.
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Here, the applications get virtualized and are streamed from a server to the end user’s device.
It is a method that separates a computer’s desktop environment from the physical computer. It is mostly used in the data center, where personalized desktop images for each user are hosted on a data center server.
This refers to the creation of virtual (as opposed to concrete) versions of computers and operating systems. It aims to run different operating systems on the same hardware and lets more than one user to use the processor simultaneously.
It is a method of partitioning one physical server into numerous virtual servers, each of which run its own operating system, applications and functions as an independent server.
It is the process of grouping physical storage from multiple network storage devices so that it performs as if it is on one storage device.