Virtualization does autonomic computing by creating a virtual version of a storage device, hardware or operating system. Read on to discover different types of virtualization and their applications.
Hardware virtualization is becoming a dominant trend for IT departments in many organizations. Though the concept is not new, the process has become much easier and more cost effective. Find out how hardware virtualization can benefit your copmany.
While companies looking to virtualize worry about control and recovery of data, they often do not have the necessary tools and expertise to handle the transition to and management of the new infrastructure once it is in place. A number of competent vendors have emerged to fulfill this need.
Server virtualization can bring major benefits to your organization, but if you are unaware of the pitfalls, your business could suffer. Anticipating these challenges will help you get the best out of your new initiatives.
The benefits from virtualization are enormous but the process needs to handled well to be able to realize the benefits.
There are major advantages of virtualization and companies are now realizing gains on business, IT and financial fronts. Read on to find out just what these advantages are.
Storage virtualization is a concept that has been around for a long time. With the emergence of large datacenters, we now have the capability to take this concept far beyond what was originally imagined.
Desktop Virtualization provides a consistent, safe, stable and secure computing environment in an enterprise.The stability provided by desktop virtualization frees IT staff to perform more value added functions rather than trying to keep the desktops functional.
With application / software virtualization, system administrators finally have an easy method of managing diverse applications and operating systems. It also allows companies to closely monitor their software usage.
With the growth of the Internet and the increasing reliance on web and mobile applications, it’s no surprise that data breaches associated with applications are also increasing. So how does your organization address application security today? more
To help you understand how to minimize vulnerabilities in web applications, Qualys provides this guide as a primer to web application security. The guide surveys typical web application vulnerabilities, compares options for detection, and introduces the QualysGuard Web Application Scanning solution. more
Out of literally hundreds of different vulnerability management reports available, this paper introduces 10 of the most important reports and uses reports generated by Qualys’ vulnerability management solution, QualysGuard, for reference purposes. more