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True virtualization can not be beaten when 59 A Complete Guide on Virtualization virtualizing hardware assets. However, containers also have there place in the market and could be used by smaller organizations or home users to create different workspaces within their physical machine, without having to use resource intensive virtualization solutions. 10 Desktop Virtualization Desktop virtualization involves the virtualization of end user desktops. The virtualization of end user desktops makes it easier for administrators to manage end user machines and to customize individual user experiences, remotely.

57 A Complete Guide on Virtualization Para-virtualization is simply the modification of an operating system (usually at the kernel level) so that it can more closely resemble its physical machines actual hardware, making it more efficient at virtualization. Although a Para-virtualization solution is quite efficient, it can only support a few operating systems, which is its main disadvantage. Hardware assisted virtualization This is the second type of virtualization solution that most Linux based operating systems will use and it requires either an Intel VT enabled processor or an AMD-V enabled processor.

The only difference of course is that Intel VT is more efficient than just using software based virtualization on its own. Another great thing about Intel VT is that it will work seamlessly with existing software based virtualization technologies. IT administrators do not have to make any changes to their infrastructure or their virtual machines, Intel VT will work automatically. It also allows you to run 64bit guest operating systems on a 32-bit physical machine and provides more security, because using hardware leads to much better isolation of virtual machines.

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