Virtualisation: Moving to virtualisation 3.0
It's a concept that has been around since the 1960s, but there are diverse levels of technology adoption across the market, writes Deirdre Cashion.
Virtualisation has been part of the computing landscape for decades now. In fact, the technology has been around in one guise or another since the 1960s when IBM first introduced its Control Program/Cambridge Monitor System (CP/CMS), allowing users to run an isolated system within one computing environment.
True to form, the technology industry has put a modern twist on an old friend with its current technology lifecycle now represented by the term virtualisation...
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