Virtualization has brought dramatic growth and advancement for technology and businesses over the years. It turns the physical infrastructure into dedicated, partitioned virtual machines (VM) that deliver critical cloud applications and services to multiple customer organizations using the same hardware.
While a server was previously tasked with installing an operating system, today’s servers can host multiple instances of Windows or Linux that run concurrently to increase system utilization.
Client virtualization is the next step
Intel first introduced hardware-assisted virtualization in 2005. Since then, the broader industry has recognized the technology develop in terms of skills and use cases. In fact, the cloud computing sector is projected to reach more than $ 623 billion by 2023 – and it’s based almost entirely on virtualization technology.
The long-standing role of virtualization in providing important cloud services while optimizing infrastructure and …