Back to Basics: Virtualization

How it can be done?

Benefits

  • Efficient use of resources
  • Easy to deploy and manage
  • High Availability
  • Able to install multiple operating systems
  • Reduce cost expenses
  • Administrative Benefits

The Enterprise Players

  • Oracle VM Server
  • Red Hat Virtualization
  • Citrix Hypervisor
  • IBM PowerVM
  • Xen Server
  • Proxmox VE
  • Nutanix’s AHV
  • Virtuozzo( Open Source)
  • Xen ( Open Source)
  • Proxmox ( Open Source)
  • Scale Computing HC3 ( Open Source)

Type 2 Hypervisors

  • VMware Workstation Pro ($) — Windows, Linux
  • VMware Player (free) — Windows, Linux
  • VMware Fusion Pro (Paid) — Mac
  • VMware Fusion (free) — Mac
  • Parallels Desktop (Standard) ($) — Mac
  • Parallels Desktop (Paid) ($) — Mac
  • Parallels Desktop (Business) ($) — Mac
  • Oracle Virtualbox (free) — Windows, Mac, and Linux

So… What now?

What Next?

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