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    What are the 3 types of virtualization?

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    Default What are the 3 types of virtualization?

    According to a Research and Markets report, client virtualization is expected to drive continual growth in the IT sector. ...
    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) ...
    Application virtualization.

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    1. Server Virtualization
    It generates a physical server's participation in multiple virtual environments, which are now called Virtual Servers or Private Servers. The consolidation of Servers, which gave rise to the concept of Virtualization, had a clear foundation because Servers historically used a low percentage of processing power to their total capacity. Virtualization initially solved this inefficiency, dramatically increased the utilization rate, and generated significant capital and operational expenses savings.

    2. Storage Virtualization
    Multiple network storage devices are joined together, giving the appearance of being a single storage unit. Storage Virtualization is often used in high-speed storage area networks, sharing devices and making data backup and recovery tasks easier and faster. It is part of the software-defined storage layer that should improve performance and space efficiency without needing additional storage hardware. Storage virtualization technology provides a much better way to manage storage resources for virtual infrastructure, and overall, improves flexibility and resource utilization significantly,

    3. Desktop Virtualization
    It is the separation between the desktop with data and the users' programs from the physical machine. The "virtualized" desktop is stored remotely on a central server instead of on the disk of each PC. Deploying desktops as a managed service enables you to respond more quickly to changing needs and opportunities, reduce costs, and increase benefits by quickly and easily delivering virtualized desktops and applications to different offices or distant branches, even providing secure remote access without sacrificing performance.

    4. Network Virtualization
    It is the ability to combine physical and logical network resources to be seen as one unit.

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    The Three Types of Virtualization
    According to a Research and Markets report, client virtualization is expected to drive continual growth in the IT sector.
    Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI)
    Application virtualization.

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