Virtualization is the IT world's hottest trend in recent years,and many colleges do not yet have curricula in place to preparestudents for this important area. This guide fills the need, with alearn-by-doing approach to mastering the core elements ofvirtualization. Each chapter clearly outlines what is covered,thoroughly discusses the concepts, and engages readers withhands-on tutorials. The book covers how virtualization softwareoperates; hypervisor products; how to manage CPU, memory, storage,and networking; and much more.
- Fills the gap left by the many colleges and universities thatare unprepared to educate IT students on virtualization, amegatrend in the IT world
- Covers the fundamental concepts and skills, including howvirtualization software operates within a computingenvironment
- Explains the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 hypervisorsand tells how to create a virtual machine from scratch or bymigrating from physical to virtual
- Tells how to manage the basics and how to configure supportingdevices for a virtual machine
Virtualization Essentials gets IT students andpractitioners up to speed on one of the most important aspects oftoday's IT environment.
360 pages; ISBN 9781118240175
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Title: Virtualization Essentials
Author: Matthew Portnoy
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