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Virtualization for the Small Network - Part 2 Thu, 21 Feb 2008 04:25 Doug Reid Introduction In my last article, I discussed various technologies from companies including VMware, Virtual Iron, Citrix, and Microsoft. These software solutions enable virtualization, the technology that enables sharing physical computing resources such as CPUs, memory, storage, and networks among multiple different servers. Virtualization enables maximizing the utilization of computing investment, savings in energy costs and data center floor space, and provides compelling technology options for both large and small networks. In that previous discussion, I stepped through the creation of a virtual Host machine, which is a single physical computer that can run multiple servers simultaneously.
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