Kusnetzky Group Publishes Paper -- Virtualization is More Than Virtual Machine Software

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What is virtualization? Can a hypervisor replace operating systems? Where should each type of virtualization be deployed?

Kusnetzky Group, Inc. today posted Virtualization is more than virtual machine software, another position paper intended to review the forces changing the market for information technology in general and virtualization technology in specific. These position papers are written by the well known software analyst, Daniel Kusnetzky, who is now the Princiapal Analyst and President, Kusnetzky Group Inc. This paper can be found on the Kusnetzky Group, Inc. website. http://www.Kusnetzky.net/publications/impact/20070829_Virtualization_is_more_than_vm.pdf

Paper Introduction:
It is clear to those who have explored the topic of virtualization technology that it encompasses far more than just virtual machine software, such as VMware ESX Server, XenSource XenEnterprise or Microsoft Virtual Server. Over the last 30 years, virtualization technology has been developed to enhance how individuals access computing solutions, how applications are developed and deployed, how they are processed, where and how they are stored, how systems communicate with one another, and, of course, how an extended system environment can be made both secure and manageable. This broad view is very important if an organization hopes to make optimal use of this technology.

About Kusnetzky Group
Kusnetzky Group, a business unit of Acuity Group LLC, brings decades of experience in all areas of the solution life cycle. It offers deep expertise in research, product planning, product development, and product marketing in the following areas: Virtualization technology, System software, Collaborative and personal productivity applications, Developing and deploying Web-based viral marketing campaigns. For more information, please visit http://www.kusnetzky.net.

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