Virtual infrastructure provides a layer of abstraction between the computing, storage and networking hardware and the software that runs on it.
By implementing a virtual infrastructure, IT organizations can provision new services and change the amount of resources dedicated to a software service simply by interacting with a management console as opposed to physically reconfiguring or repurposing hardware.
The hardware management is now completely separated from the software management, and hardware equipment can be treated as a single pool of processing, storage and networking power to be allocated and reallocated on the fly across the enterprise.
By creating a uniform virtual hardware platform across the entire data center, a virtual infrastructure allows software to be installed on or moved from any physical system to another without requiring reconfiguration of the software (operating system or applications).
Virtualization has revolutionized the way systems are engineered today and datacenters equipped. Clearly the TCO of a virtualized solution has dropped significantly with the introduction and adoption of virtualization platforms such as VMware , Citrix Xenserver and Microsoft Hyper-V.
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