Virtualization 1.0 vs. Virtualization 2.0: Where Are You?
Virtualization 1.0 is marked by the ability to virtualize, monitor, and react to problems across the environment as they occur. Ever cognizant of the performance limitations that typify higher workload densities, Virtualization 1.0 hesitates to virtualize the critical applications that would be most beneficial. Virtualization 1.0 is limited by the inherent complexities of virtualization.
Virtualization 2.0 is marked by complete, proactive control over the virtual environment. Virtualization 2.0 virtualizes up to 100% of its applications, guided by an intelligent abstraction that continually drives the environment to its desired state. Virtualization 2.0 is the promise of virtualization brought to fruition.