Translation of virtualize in Spanish:

virtualize

virtualizar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈvəːtʃ(ʊ)əlʌɪz//ˈvəːtj(ʊ)əlʌɪz//ˈvərtʃuəˌlaɪz/

transitive verb

Computing

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    (data/storage) virtualizar
    • Hi all, Checkout this Best Practice guide on how to virtualize services using Oracle ESB..
    • It is important to realize that the virtualized Windows XP system needs to be secured independent of the Windows 7 system.
    • By virtualizing all these different parts, in effect we placed a shield over the underlying complexity.
    • With Fedora 7 it's so easy to use KVM virtualization that you can start virtualizing your favorite operating system and barely even touch the keyboard!
    • Not every company needs to virtualize their disks.
    • Solutions that sell themselves as such require enormous faith from customers who are required to virtualize their entire data systems.
    • Virtual PC lets you create separate virtual machines on your Windows desktop, each of which virtualizes the hardware of a complete physical computer.
    • In May, start-up FalconStor Software Inc reworked its virtualization software to allow users to access replication functions without actually virtualizing their data.
    • If your products are going to be virtualized, it's better if you're doing the virtualizing rather than a competitor.
    • The library should virtualize itself from the ISV application.
    • Java has always been a great language for writing big apps that can be virtualized across a bunch of processors or machines.
    • It is also much simpler and cleaner to design and implement back and disaster recovery solutions when the data storage is virtualised, said Owens.
    • For some time to come, there's going to be a tension between virtualized hardware and old-style applications.
    • A topic that has generated a deeply divided debate for more than a year involves the concept of virtualized malware.
    • Also called storage subsystem virtualization, array-based brands virtualize single arrays or multiple networked arrays by the same manufacturer.
    • One of the most interesting applications for Platform Intelligence may be related to ‘on demand’ computing where resources are virtualized, and users are charged based on resource usage.
    • But all of those server makers along with major storage and networking players also want to virtualize data centers on their own via various software and hardware products.
    • It would probably involve providing an integrated system - servers, PCs and, yes, software - for virtualizing the client desktop, enabling the centralization and automation of most traditional maintenance activities.
    • Like the early days of the PC, we're working to virtualize and automate all the different parts underneath.
    • There are a number of basic requirements to successfully virtualizing computing power in the data center.
    • Application software provides the data management policies that control when records are migrated from the RAID to tape, while virtualizing the combined capacity to represent a large, single file system.
    • To create a true virtualized infrastructure, organizations must consider both resource virtualization and application virtualization.
    • Sun aims Java, which virtualizes the application environment, to application developers.
    • Host servers can only see and virtualize the storage devices in sight and under its control.