Investigate virtualization in Windows Server 2008
Typically, a server OS delivers multiple applications serving a variable number of customers, whose business of management requires communication with any number of other servers. Allocating power to application-serving resources up to now has been a matter of finding or building the right processor box for the job. With Virtualization in Windows Server 2008, all that changes. Scott Fulton explains how in this article from InformIT.
Title: Windows Server Virtualization
Authors: Scott M. Fulton
Pub Date: Jun 22, 2007
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