The term virtual or virtualization is becoming more and more common in the overall IT marketplace. However, when people hear the terms, they typically relate it to client and server virtualization, since those have been around for some time and are considered mature by most people in the IT field. But a newer virtualization type is slowly working its way into IT environments: virtual networking. This article takes a brief look at the concepts behind virtual networking and how it can be used in a number of different ways to aid in the deployment and operation of virtualized client and server environments.
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