The Importance of Security in Virtualization
The term virtualization broadly describes the separation of a service request from the underlying physical delivery of that service. In general, it is divided into major categories – network virtualization, storage virtualization, desktop virtualization, server virtualization and application virtualization. All areas of virtualization are vulnerable to attacks if security is not properly architected and monitored.
As virtualization grows in popularity and continues to demonstrate tangible benefits along the way, companies are realizing they must develop and define virtualization security guidelines.
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