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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of virtualize.

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  • But are these the right building blocks systems for the next generation of IT applications, especially when there is a high probability that these applications will be hosted in virtualized, multitenant cloud environments?

    Cloud Computing: Building Blocks for the Enterprise

  • Rakers added that the changing dynamics of corporate spending on storage needs are tied more the evolution of the so-called virtualized data center, which he said plays into NetApp's technological strengths.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • Desktop licensing costs range from $150 to $250 per user or desktop to be virtualized, which is on top of the regular license fee for the application, said Ty Schwab, CEO and founder of Blackhawk Technology Consulting LLC in Eugene, Ore.

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  • It went on to say that VAServ's main website ran on what's known as a virtualized private server, a configuration that the writer claimed made the password attack work quickly.

    The Register

  • The Cius will be able to use external monitors and wireless mice and keyboards, so it could even be used as a replacement for a desk computer by connecting to servers that run "virtualized" applications, Cisco said.

    Cius Tablet: Cisco's Answer To The iPad (PHOTO)

  • Network equipment leader Cisco made a frontal assault into servers and "virtualized" data centers through Acadia, its joint venture with EMC and VMware.

    IndustryWeek

  • Storage virtualization technologies, such as virtualized iSCSI SANs and virtual ...

    RIA Journal

  • Which means, highly scalable, "virtualized" resources, delivered via the Web, are used to facilitate their design, management, and delivery.

    Netvouz - new bookmarks

  • A private cloud, also known as a corporate cloud, uses cloud-like infrastructure and technology, such as virtualized servers in a scalable architecture, to run applications behind the corporate firewall.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • There are simply some functions within the data center that would not benefit from being "virtualized" and others that will not benefit without a strong set of architectural guidelines.

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