Virtualization is a trend in computing that uses computing instructions to create an operating system, storage, computing or database resources out of multiple or distributed assets. Hardware virtualization can summon computing and storage from multiple desktops or locations to create a single resource on demand. Data virtualization usually refers to the creation of a set of data independent of its underlying structures and storage.


CommentaryWhile there is no magic pill or silver bullet to make data migration efforts flawless every time, there are a couple of ways to soothe the pain.
New Product NewsNew and updated product releases from a number of vendors this week.
Industry EventsIn the new big data environment that is coming to be, it’s all about volume, variety, and velocity. Data from multiple sources is arriving in large volumes on a near-continuous basis. How can you analyze it all fast enough to make informed decisions? Agile development, cloud computing, text analytics, virtualization, open source, cool BI, Web 2.0, social media, and mobile BI are evolving. New methods of working with big data, such as Hadoop and MapReduce, offer alternatives to traditional data warehousing—if you know how and when to use them.
NewsNew and updated solutions and services from Actian, Dell, SAP, VMware and more.
newsNew and updated solutions and services from HP, Infor, Red Hat and more
NewsMany cloud-related announcements from VMworld 2013 intended to help IT take advantage of advanced virtualization
newsNew and updated solutions and services from Dell, IBM, Oracle and more
NewsNew virtual desktop release allows seamless work across devices for mobile users
featureMigration of a data center requires several critical decisions that can have a deep impact on the business.
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