Virtualization is becoming a core business strategy from desktop to data centre. It can provide an isolated execution environment to applications, support share and reuse of hardware resources. The cost reduction and simplicity of management are the prominent advantages. It can help to deliver high priority business services more quickly. Enhance energy efficiency. Optimizing the various resources with virtualization helps to improve organization efficiency. Here, the various optimization methods like desktop, server, network and storage are included. Optimization is the process of making something more efficient or optimal. Optimization is about virtualization of storage, servers and move towards on demand computing.
KeywordsVirtual Machine Server Optimization Server Virtualization Virtual Machine Monitor Corporate Network
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