Virtualization & Clustered VMs Physical clusters provide options to make applications highly available. With the rise of virtualization technologies such as VMware, XEN and KVM it became easy to slice a physical host into smaller virtual chunks known as virtual machines (VMs). This leads to multiple advantages.
I get the question from the title a lot since I started working at anynines. Which is fair enough, with the Everything as a Service trend, one easily gets the terminology confused. The extension as a service is used in many core components of cloud computing including communication, infrastructure, data and platforms (there we are!)…. Read more »