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Virtualizing Desktops and Apps with Windows Server 2012 R2 Inside Out by Byron Wright, Brian Svidergol

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Chapter 1. Desktop and application virtualization

Virtualization technologies separate access to resources from the actual physical resources. One of the more commonly used virtualization technologies that you may be aware of is virtual machines (VMs). When you use VMs, the hardware resources of a single computer are divided and allocated to multiple VMs. Each VM behaves as if it’s an independent computer even though all the VMs share a set of resources. VMs are only one example of virtualization. In addition to VMs, this book explores other virtualization technologies ...

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