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Virtual Server Resource Capacity-Planning Tools: What you Need to Know For IT Operations Management

$39.95

Virtual Server Resource Capacity-Planning Tools: What you Need to Know For IT Operations Management

$39.95

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Virtual private server (VPS) is a marketing term used by Internet hosting services to refer to a virtual machine for use exclusively by an individual customer of the service. The term is used to emphasize that the virtual machine, although running in software on the same physical computer as other customers' virtual machines, is functionally equivalent to a separate physical computer, is dedicated to the individual customer's needs, has the privacy of a separate physical computer, and can be configured to run as a server computer (i.e.to run server software). The term Virtual Dedicated Server or VDS is used less often for the same concept.

Each virtual server can run its own full-fledged operating system and can be independently rebooted.
The practice of partitioning a single server so that it appears as multiple servers has long been common practice on mainframe computers and mid-range computers such as the IBM AS/400. It has become more prevalent with the development of virtualization software and technologies for microcomputers.

This book is your ultimate resource for Virtual Server Resource Capacity-Planning Tools. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.

Virtual private server (VPS) is a marketing term used by Internet hosting services to refer to a virtual machine for use exclusively by an individual customer of the service. The term is used to emphasize that the virtual machine, although running in software on the same physical computer as other customers' virtual machines, is functionally equivalent to a separate physical computer, is dedicated to the individual customer's needs, has the privacy of a separate physical computer, and can be configured to run as a server computer (i.e.to run server software). The term Virtual Dedicated Server or VDS is used less often for the same concept.


Each virtual server can run its own full-fledged operating system and can be independently rebooted.
The practice of partitioning a single server so that it appears as multiple servers has long been common practice on mainframe computers and mid-range computers such as the IBM AS/400.It has become more prevalent with the development of virtualization software and technologies for microcomputers.


Capacity Management is a process used to manage information technology (IT). Its primary goal is to ensure that IT capacity meets current and future business requirements in a cost-effective manner.

This book is your ultimate resource for Virtual Server Resource Capacity-Planning Tools. Here you will find the most up-to-date information, analysis, background and everything you need to know.


In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Virtual Server Resource Capacity-Planning Tools right away, covering: Virtual private server, Capacity management, Hardware virtualization, Full virtualization, Hardware-assisted virtualization, Paravirtualization, Operating system-level virtualization, Extended Page Table, Rapid Virtualization Indexing, System virtual machine, X86 virtualization, Comparison of platform virtual machines, Xen, Parallels, Inc., Linux-VServer, OpenVZ, Virtual machine, Comparison of application virtual machines, Abstract Rewriting Machine, Alice (programming language), BD+, CHIP-8, Coware, Cross-platform virtualization, Dynamic recompilation, Extensible Embeddable Language, Adobe Flash Player, Genetix, Glulx, Host machine, HotSpot, Inferno (operating system), Just-in-time compilation, Libguestfs, Libvirt, Maxine Virtual Machine, Memory virtualization, Mono (software), Neko (programming language), O-code, O-code machine, Open Cobalt, Open Kernel Labs, Parallel Virtual Machine, Parser Grammar Engine, Partial virtualization, Pep/7, Perl virtual machine, Process virtual machine, Sankhya Technologies, SECD machine, Simics, Tamarin (JavaScript engine), Transterpreter, UCSD Pascal, UVC-based preservation, V8 (JavaScript engine), Virtual appliance, Virtual backup appliance, Virtual disk image, Virtual Machine Interface, Virtualization for aggregation, VMGL, Warren Abstract Machine, Z-machine, Zend Engine. 


This book explains in-depth the real drivers and workings of Virtual Server Resource Capacity-Planning Tools. It reduces the risk of your technology, time and resources investment decisions by enabling you to compare your understanding of Virtual Server Resource Capacity-Planning Tools with the objectivity of experienced IT professionals.

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