What is the Next of Virtualization

Source- virtualization.cioreview.com It has been more than half a century in the history of virtualization since IBM’s first effort to virtualize mainframe in the mid-1960s. Multiple applications could run at once, and hardware utilization and productivity were increased. The evolution of virtualization has been accelerated in the past 20 years. The resources such as a server, desktop, storage, file system, operating system and, networking are virtualized, and workloads are managed and run over virtual resources to achieve scalability and elasticity. Virtualization

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What are the primary use cases for VM deployment automation?

Source- searchservervirtualization.techtarget.com To keep up with ever-increasing resource demands, use VM deployment automation to launch and configure VMs quickly and predictably. Virtualization can improve resource utilization and enhance workload management, but the diversity and volume of virtualization processes can make it difficult to manually support virtualization. VM deployment automation can add speed and consistency to VM workload provisioning, deployment and management. Automation offers two principal benefits for any task: speed and consistency. Automation enables you to complete repetitive — and often complex

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The emergence of DevOps in the evolving digital enterprise

Source – networkworld.com Welcome to the rise of the digital enterprise, where vendors and customers engage via applications and data is the new currency. Digital enterprises operate with radically different datanomics than conventional physical businesses. Here, digital information is the business. A successful digital enterprise is constantly updating applications in response to user context, market and environment—all of which is quantified, measured and delivered with data. Everything and everyone is personified by a digital footprint. Learning that the user just bought

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Five security trends to watch in virtualization in 2017

Source:- datacenterdynamics.com Virtual components and environments present a particular challenge when we talk about corporate cyber security. Here are the five trends I believe will define the field of virtualization in 2017: 1. Virtualization security is focusing on integration Considering security solutions for VDI and virtualized servers, I predict that enterprises will pay more attention to the smooth integration between various systems instead of the thorough examination of product features under a microscope. Security solutions that can be integrated into

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