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VMware Virtualization Definition

VMware is a subsidiary of Dell technologies providing virtualization and cloud computing software. Virtualization is a process of creating a virtual version of a server, an operating system, a storage device or network resources. The major advantage of virtualization is that it aids to run numerous operating systems on a single hardware system and also enable sharing of the underlying hardware resources. Even though virtualization has been used in the information technology landscape for the past numerous decades, it is after 1998 that VMware delivered the advantages of virtualization to the industry standard, x86-based platforms. This is now used to form the majority of desktops, server shipments, and laptops.

VMware initiated and pioneered the x86-based virtualization in the year 1998 and currently continues to provide the basic virtualization technology for all leading x86-based hardware suppliers. VMware forms the base of it virtualization technology on its bare-metal hypervisor ESX/ESXi in the x86 architecture, which does not require a host operating system. VMware provides a binary translation of operating system requests, so as to complete virtualizing privileged instructions without receiving support from either operating system or hardware. Currently, VMware ESXi and Microsoft Virtual Server use this technique.

Today, Fortune hundred deploys VMware virtualization by 100 percent and 84 percent of the Fortune 1000 has deployed it as the leading solution in the market. There is no alternative that competes the VMware for its performance, ease of management, stability, support, features, security, and vast partner ecosystem.

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