Virtualization Versions

Ryan over at is pondering what the numbers behind Virtualization 1.0, 2.0, etc. mean. I wish him luck with that. Personally, I’ve never heard any actual, real-life sysadmins refer to anything by those terms. I don’t have a Virtualization 2.0 environment, I have an environment that lets me get things done. And sometimes I upgrade it. Then I go home for the day.

I do have one question, though. What version of virtualization will get us SkyNet?

SkyNet Terminator

Actually, SkyNet uses a lot of physical hardware, so maybe it isn’t virtualized very well. I hope those creepy red eyes are low-voltage.

In a weird twist of fate, I went to lunch before posting this and came back to Don MacAskill posting about SmugMug’s new SkyNet. Hmmm. Hopefully we won’t see those guys getting taken out on the next season of “Sarah Connor Chronicles.”

1 thought on “Virtualization Versions”

  1. Actually based on the last craptacular movie SkyNet is highly virtulized. It runs on any platform and even better self installs it’s self back in time.

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