Q1.Advantages and Disadvantages of adopting server virtualization
Virtualization refers to the separation of a service request from the essential physical delivery of the same service. Virtual memory is used to create more space than the physical memory.
The deployment of virtual infrastructure by the organization provides an obstruction layer between storage, computing and networking hardware. By using this obstruction technique, it is non-disruptive because the layout remains unchanged once it has been deployed. Virtual infrastructure also helps in managing resources in a pooled manner across the enterprise being used as a single entity (Menasce, 2005). In this way, the Information Technology administrator responds to the dynamic ...