Definition of Virtual Networking
Virtual networking refers to virtually accessing the remotely located computing devices including Servers and other terminals via internet.
How does Virtual Networking works?
Virtual networking allows to access the remotely located devices and get a complete control over those devices using internet.
Virtual networking allows to store data on remotely located devices.
It also facilitates the retrieval of stored data from these devices.
Virtual networking also enable the user to operate these devices for other functional activities.
All of these virtual devices are operated using a single hardware platform.
This hardware platform is known as Virtual Services Switch.
How and where Virtual Networking is used?
Virtual networking services are used to establish and maintain virtual computing environments.