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Virtualization

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Covers the introduction and potential of virtualization technology

Covers the introduction and potential of virtualization technology

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  • Also called software only virtual machine
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    • 1. Virtualization Technology & It’s Applications By Satish Kumar [email_address] http://technfunda.blogspot.com
    • 2. Virtualization: what is it, really?
      • Virtualization is a broad term in computing which refers to abstraction of computing resources across many aspects of computing.
      • For our purposes - One physical machine to run multiple operating systems simultaneously.
    • 3. Virtualization: Why?
      • Server consolidation
      • Application Consolidation
      • Sandboxing
      • Multiple execution environments
      • Virtual hardware
      • Debugging
      • Software migration (Mobility)
      • Testing/Quality Assurance
    • 4. Core Technology
      • The Hypervisor
        • A computing layer which allows multiple operating systems to run on a host computer at the same time.
        • Originally developed in the 1970s as part of the IBM S/360
        • Many modern day variants from different developers
    • 5. Traditional Server
      • Conceptual diagram of typical server configuration without virtualization
    • 6. The Hypervisor
      • The role of the Hypervisor in supporting Guest Operating Systems on a single machine.
    • 7. Virtualization Scenarios
      • Full Virtualization
      • Para-Virtualization
      • Software Virtualization
      • Hardware Virtualization
    • 8. Software virtualization
    • 9. Hardware virtualization
    • 10. Virtualization: It’s Classification
      • Platform Virtualization
      • Resource Virtualization
      • Computer clusters and Grid computing
      • Application Virtualization
      • Desktop Virtualization
      • Hottest Trend : Human Virtualization
    • 11. Human Virtualization
      • Human body virtualization: Robotics
        • Artificial Arm, leg
      • Human Brain virtualization: Artificial Intelligence
      • Human Vision virtualization: Image processing
        • Appearance virtualization: Photography
      • Human Imagination virtualization: Movies
      • Human Community virtualization: Second life
      • Human Environment virtualization: Virtual reality
    • 12. Marketplace offerings
      • Freely Available
      • Sun’s Virtual Box
      • Microsoft Virtual Pc
      • Xen 3.0 (open source)
      • Wine
      • DOSBox
      • Commercial
      • Microsoft Virtual Server
      • Vmware Workstation
      • Vmware Server
    • 13. Virtualization : For Us
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    • 24. Virtualization is “HOT”
      • Oracle acquires Sun Microsystems.
      • Microsoft acquires Connectix Corp.
      • Sun Microsystems acquires Innotak
      • Citrix Systems acquires Xen
      • IBM, already a pioneer
      • HP picking up
      •  Virtualization is HOT!!!
    • 25. Conclusions
      • Virtualization is today most demanded Technology.
      • Virtual Machines are gift for researchers and students.
      • Provides lot of support to developers and bug finders.
      • Can be used to port one software on diverse systems.
      • Used widely in Server computing.
      • Provide isolated execution environment to run untrusted applications.
      • Help in development of new technology and services like
      • Cloud computing and SaaS.
    • 26. Q & A

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