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Virtualisation Becomes Real

With organisations seeking to generate a more effective return on infrastructure investment, Jason Walsh looks at the role of server, desktop, network and storage virtualisation

7th April, 2019

If any idea in technology has had an epoch-changing impact it is virtualisation. For all of the talk of the revolutionary impact of the cloud, it is easy to forget that the cloud itself is built atop virtualisation technology.

Today, with servers already mostly running as virtualised instances on host operating systems, developments continue: storage virtualisation is common, network virtualisation is widely predicted to be the next widespread move, and individual applications are now running,...

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