Wednesday, May 4, 2011



  • virtualize - To run a program in virtual storage; To simulate (or make virtual) some effect or condition on a computer; To make or conform to a virtual reality
  • Manage the properties of a system by managing the global Namespaces (see Namespace, Trust Virtualization)
    • A method of partitioning one physical server computer into multiple “virtual” servers, giving each the appearance and capabilities of running on its own dedicated machine. Each virtual server functions as a full-fledged server and can be independently rebooted.
    • The ability to separate the physical layout of a network & its devices from how uses are organized into workgroups (knows a logical configuration).
    • A concept in which a pool of storage is created that contains several disk subsystems. The subsystems can be from various vendors. The pool can be split into virtual disks that are visible to the host systems that use them.
    • A technique by which UI elements are generated only when they are visible on screen.
    • A process/software designed to reduce server management costs through automation, while providing more control over service levels.
    • Define storage virtualization in terms of abstraction, transparency and taxonomy. Identify advantages, disadvantages and benefits of virtualization at various levels. Compare and contrast the virtualization placement and management. ...
    • In storage, virtualization is a means by which multiple physical storage devices are viewed as a single logical unit. Virtualization can be accomplished in–band (in the data path) or out-of-band. ...
    • A method of making a physical entity act as multiple, independent logical entities.
    • This is an umbrella term that refers to enhancing the way your IT environment operates. Virtualization simplifies a physical IT infrastructure, providing centralized management over your technology assets and better flexibility of resource sharing. ...
    • To create a virtual version of a device or resource in which the framework divides the resource into one or more execution environments.
    • Creating a virtual version of an operating system, server, storage or resource.
    • virtualized - A guest operating system or application running on a virtual machine.
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