Definition of Application Service Virtualization
Application service virtualization refers to a service provided by cloud computing service providers in which the required application is deployed over a remote device and is accessed by the users remotely.
How does Application Service Virtualization works?
In application service virtualization, an application is not actually deployed on user’s systems. The application is actually deployed on a virtual device or remote server and user is given access to that application remotely using internet.
Multiple user can access the same application without knowing that they are remotely accessing a shared service via internet.
How and where Application Service Virtualizations are used?
Application service virtualization is used where we want to share a common application with multiple users remotely through internet.