Virtualization affects applications

Peles, Amir
May 2008
Communications News;May2008, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p22
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impact of virtualization in the business applications. Virtualization is considered as an important tool at the server level that functions in multiple operating systems. According to the IDC research firm, virtualization software spending and services will possibly exceed to $15 billion. The availability of the business application will be ensured by addressing the failures at all levels should be monitored and users should be provided with an alternate resource. The virtualized server environments which operated and applied in a closed area is considered as secure.


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