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virtualize

To cause a virtual technique to be performed. See virtualization.
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VMware asks regional businesses when and how they will virtualize at GITEX 2008Leader in software virtualization helps customers and partners to cut costs, reduce complexity of IT and go greenVMware will use GITEX 2008 as a platform to ask decision-makers in the Middle East about how and when their organizations will virtualize IT infrastructures.
Parasoft Virtualize enables organizations to emulate behavior and virtualize applications within the IBM WebSphere ecosystem, which includes service virtualization via IBM WebSphere MQ, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IBM WebSphere DataPower SOA Appliances and IBM Business Process Manager.
Parasoft today announced the new release of Parasoft Virtualize.
Of equal concern is the fact that, as with external appliances, each blade can only manage and virtualize storage resources attached directly to it.
A component of Parasoft's Complete ALM platform, Parasoft Virtualize gives development, QA, and performance testing teams comprehensive access to resources that are commonly unavailable or inaccessible for development and testing.
Identify and consolidate processing-compatible applications to single servers, or you can virtualize your existing multi-server environment to share processing attributes from a common pool.
A well-architected "network-based" storage infrastructure software should be able to virtualize the disk and/or tape storage from multiple vendors, provision the virtual disk to the host-attached Fibre Channel/iSCSI/CIFS/ NFS network while provisioning the virtual tape to hosts attached to the Fibre Channel and iSCSI networks, and associate mission-critical storage services (replication, snapshot, backup, HSM, etc.
The answer can be found in three words: simplify, virtualize, and appliance-ize.
is leveraging FabricServer to virtualize its Java applications across the enterprise and to broker computing supply and demand, ensuring that each job is performed by the best resource.
For example, IBM's Storage Tank project would virtualize enterprise storage by adding an installable file system to storage system clients such as Windows 2000, Linux, and Unix.
Sometimes, suppliers cloud the lack of openness under the guise of certificationin other words, if the other platforms that a customer wants to virtualize don't have the brand sticker or proprietary certification, it is forbidden from playing in the virtualization scheme.
The Charlotte Observer will benefit from Virtual Iron's advanced capabilities such as large memory support (up to 96 GB), large SMP capabilities (up to 8 simultaneous CPUs per virtual server) and the ability to virtualize server platforms with up to 32 physical CPUs.