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Virtualization: A Manager’s Guide

Do you have plan to implement Virtualization Technologies on your organization?. If yes, This book should be guide you How do you choose your virtualization with higher levels of performance, scalabiltiy, reliability/availability, agility, or to create a unified security and management domain.

I mention book Virtualization: A Manager’s Guide by Dan Kusnetzky , I hopefully this guide should be focusing audience only for IT managers, at mean while this guide also usefull for who want to know more about  Virtualization techniques.

This book has contain 10 chapters.

    1. A Model of Virtualization
  • Access Virtualization
  • Application Virtualization
  • Processing Virtualization
  • Network Virtualization
  • Storage Virtualization
  • Security for Virtual Environments
  • Management for Virtual Environments
  • Using Virtualization
  • Summary

what do you learn from this book?.

What is Virtualization techniques?. Here this guide basically explained for the above virtualization techniques based on Kusnetzky Group model of virtualization architecture is an example.This guide helps to know clearly overviewed about What is Access virtualization, Application virtualization, processing virtualization, Network virtualization, Storage virtualization ? and also clearly explained on each virtualzation techniques process through architecture diagram and also includes how do you secure your data throughvirtualization. This guide may get a idea for you how do you plan to implementvirtualization? but If you’re looking steps for implementation virtualization, not from here.

Author Details:  Daniel Kusnetzky , distinguished analyst and founder of the Kusnetzky Group LLC, has been involved with information technology since the late 1970s. He’s interested in system software, virtualization technology, cloud computing, and mobility.

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