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  • 1. Instruction Set Virtualization
    • What is Virtualization?
    • Why Virtualize?
    • History
    • Virtual Machines & Virtual Servers
    • Virtual Infrastructure
    • Screen-shots
    • Demo: Running Ubuntu on Windows
  • 2. What is Virtualization?
    • Ability to run multiple operating system, with multiple applications at the same time, on the same system, without the need to reboot
    • Ability to “Virtualize” hardware into software
    • Ability to share virtualized hardware among different operating systems and software, at the same time
  • 3. Why Virtualize?
    • Ability to Consolidate Servers
    • Smaller Physical Infrastructure
    • Ability to Quickly Provide Virtual Machines
    • Reduce I.T. Costs
    • Reduce Global Warming
  • 4. History
    • I.B.M began (in 1970s) by virtualizing mainframes; allowing mainframes to multi-task.
    • Virtualization abandoned in the 80s and 90s, due to small and powerful individual desktop x86 machines.
    • With everyone owning their own personal computer, costs of maintenance went up: became expensive to maintain different users within an organization, all with their own PCs.
  • 5. Virtual Machines & Virtual Servers
    • Multiple guest systems on one host
    • All guests isolated; as if they were separated systems
    • Hardware Independence
    • Encapsulation, making virtually machines easily transportable from one host to another
  • 6. Virtual Infrastructure
  • 7. Virtual Infrastructure Benefits
    • High Utilization Rates for Server
    • Less Wasted Resources (storage, power, etc)
    • Quick Recovery from Downtime
    • Ability to Easily Provision Requested Resources
  • 8. VMWare Screen-Shot
  • 9. VMWare Screen-Shot
  • 10. VMWare Screenshot
  • 11. Demonstration
    • Running Ubuntu on XP.

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