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    virtualization administrator

    A virtualization administrator is an employee whose responsibilities include virtual environment set up and maintenance, in addition to traditional sysadmin duties.

  • virtualization stack

    A virtualization stack is the collection of resources that, along with the hypervisor, make up the Microsoft Hyper-V environment.

  • Virtuozzo

    Virtuozzo is a software application for enterprise server virtualization that allows an administrator to create virtual environments on a host computer at the operating system (OS) layer... (Continued)

  • VM BIOS (virtual machine basic input/output system)

    A VM BIOS (virtual machine basic input/output system) is the set of instructions that controls the booting process of a virtual machine.

  • VM stall

    VM stall is the point where it becomes just as cost-effective to deploy a physical server as it is to deploy a virtual server.

  • VMDK file (virtual machine disk file)

    VMware Virtual Machine Disk File (VMDK) is a format specification for virtual machine (VM) files. A file with a .VMDK file extension is essentially a complete and independent virtual machine.

  • VMQ (Virtual Machine Queue)

    VMQ (Virtual Machine Queue) is a type of hardware packet filtering that delivers packet data from an outside virtual machine network directly to a virtualized host operating system. 

  • VMUG Advantage (VMware User Group Advantage)

    VMUG Advantage is a subscription-based membership offered by VMware User Group (VMUG).

  • VMware Certified Associate

    VMware Certified Associate (VCA) is VMware's entry-level cloud and virtualization certification.

  • VMware EVALExperience

    VMware EVALExperience is a new subscription program provided by VMware and VMUG to give users year-long trial access to popular VMware data center products.

  • VMware Instant Clone (VM Fork)

    VMware Instant Clone is a feature within vSphere that enables an administrator to rapidly clone, or fork, an existing virtual machine.

  • VMware memory overcommit

    Memory overcommit is the memory allocation feature for Vmware.

  • VMware Photon Platform

    VMware Photon Platform is a container runtime and set of management and security tools to deploy and manage a large-scale container deployment.

  • VMware Project Bonneville

    VMware Project Bonneville allows administrators to provision and manage containers through vSphere by hosting containers as VMs.

  • VMware Project Lightwave

    VMware Project Lightwave is an open source project designed to improve container security and access control.

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