What is Virtualization? (Simplified)

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Virtualization is a way of creating a virtual version of something.

With regard to computers, that “something” could be CPU, RAM, storage, or networking, for example.

Virtualization makes it possible to create “fake” (or virtual) versions of these things, which…

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