For the past decade, virtualization has been one of IT’s greatest disruptive forces, turning thousands of static, rigid hardware servers and storage devices into a virtual pool of CPU and storage power that can be sliced, diced, and allocated at will. Without virtualization, the flexibility, automation, self-service, and hyper scalability of cloud computing would have never been available to help organizations get new products and services out the door fast. 

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