Virtualization is the creation of a virtual version of a device or resource -- such as a server or a network -- where the framework divides the resource into one or more environments. Virtualization includes emulation as well as physical topology.
From storage virtualization to emulation, our virtualization dictionary offers a glossary of terms you should know.
- AMD Virtualization
- application virtualization
- grid computing
- Intel Virtualization Technology
- IVR - interactive voice response
- Logical Domain
- network virtualization
- operating environment
- operating system virtualization
- operating system-level virtualization
- paravirtualized operating system
- physical topology
- real mode
- server virtualization
- shared Ethernet adapter
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