Be My Guest
November 19, 2007 Timothy Prickett Morgan
Like most people who have been following the server racket for a long time, I have been singing the praises of server virtualization as a means to make servers more efficient and thereby help companies not only get more for their money, but hopefully–if not now, then in future years–to actually save some money that they can spend on other things. While virtualization is a great advancement in server technology, it is breaking down a lot of barriers even as it erects virtual ones inside servers of all stripes and sizes.
For one thing, the barriers between platforms are eroding