Good virtualization architecture is essential to creating a working virtualized system, and understanding virtualization’s base components enables IT administrators to successfully deploy critical applications and virtualized instances. An admin can deploy virtual OSes, servers, storage devices and network resources — all of which enable successful operation of a virtualized system and can help lower virtual overhead costs.
Virtualization architecture runs on hypervisors, which isolate operating systems (OSes) and applications from the underlying hardware. This enables the host machine to run multiple virtual machines (VMs), which share a system’s physical compute resources, such as memory space and network bandwidth.
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