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One of the most interesting and useful types of virtualization in the data center is resource virtualization: carving up or dynamically allocating compute resources to services as requested. Resource virtualization (also known as hardware virtualization) can be thought of as sandboxing: creating an isolated container on shared hardware where nothing gets in or out of that container. Originating with mainframe environments and seen today in consumer laptops with multi-core CPUs, resource virtualization typically adheres to the one-to-many (1:M) virtualization classification - presenting one physical piece of hardware or cluster of resources as individually segmented portions.
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