Server virtualization enables multiple (and diverse) operating systems to run on a single physical machine as so-called virtual machines (VMs) and share hardware resources across multiple physical servers. These virtual machines are in reality regular files, which bring a completely new level of flexibility and agility into the Windows Server world. You can consolidate workloads across multiple underutilized servers onto a smaller number of machines. This leads to reduced costs through lower hardware, energy, real estate and management overhead, while creating a more dynamic IT infrastructure. Server virtualization also offers an unmatched ease and cost efficiency when it comes to high availability, fault tolerance and disaster recovery.
Citrix XenServer, VMware ESX/vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V are three of the dominant platforms in this market today.
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