This is an overview of virtualization methods, architectures, and implementations under Linux.
Tim Jones has published a good article that explains Virtualization. It is a broad term that refers to the abstraction of computer resources.
From the article:
Virtualization means many things to many people. A big focus of virtualization currently is server virtualization, or the hosting of multiple independent operating systems on a single host computer. This article explores the ideas behind virtualization and then discusses some of the many ways to implement virtualization. We also look at some of the other virtualization technologies out there, such as operating system virtualization on Linux.
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