Aren’t We Past “Virtualization Saves The World!” Yet?
I know I’ve picked on Cisco’s Data Center blog a few times here, but they make themselves such an easy target, how can I let it slide? Case in point, this post from a few weeks ago called "The Dreaded V Word." This posts starts on a good note: Doug jumps right into the hype of the "V Word," although I think it surpassed SOA sometime last year both on the CIO hype scale and with companies claiming to have a buzzword of the year solution. This is one of the reasons I love answering the "Isn’t Service Virtualization just SOA?" question. "[Buzzwords] are colliding!! George is getting very upset!!"
But ironically enough, Doug actually makes the virtualization buzzword factor exponentially worse. Here’s how he defines virtualization:
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