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Virtualisation

Date:2019-07-23

 

 

Over the years and gaining more and more experience, I began to see limitations as to the number of operating systems on a single computer unit. Each time restarting the computer and selecting the system to be loaded from the boot manager was already insufficient - there was a need to have several operating systems in parallel, without increasing the hardware base. What's better, business saw it much earlier than me. In order to be competitive on the labor market, I had to find out what this "is all about" and how it works. It just happened that at the right time I found a job as an IT/Implementation Specialist. My main responsibilities included working with virtualization and in very advanced implementations. It was a breakthrough. Although quite late I started the "adventure" with this technology, because only in 2008, my skills grew at an alarming rate - I literally absorbed knowledge like a sponge and I liked it very much.

Currently, I'm trying to implement virtualization in almost every environment. I always suggest such solutions in the medium, small and even home segment. It gives only the pros especially when it comes to data protection (backup).

 

Virtualization platforms:

Competencies
Level of knowledge
Vmware
[10/10]
Hyper-V
[10/10]
Proxmox
[10/10]
XEN Server
[10/10]
Microsoft System Center
[8/10]
oVirt
[8/10]
KVM
[8/10]
OpenVZ
[8/10]
Docker
[8/10]
Virtuozzo
[6/10]
Azure
[6/10]
AWS
[5/10]

 

Technologies:

Competencies
Level of knowledge
High Availability
[10/10]
Fault Tolerance
[10/10]
Failover Cluster
[10/10]
Storage virtualization
[10/10]
Distributed file system
[10/10]
Application virtualization
[10/10]

 

An inseparable companion to virtualization are network disc spaces, without which you can not talk about HA, vMotion, Failover or any dispersed technology.