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Application Service Virtualization

The term application service virtualization is a technique in which a software application can be deployed, accessed and managed from a remote server. It allows virtual delivery of an application service over the internet whilst providing the same functionality and services to the naively installed application on the system. Application service virtualization is also known as application virtualization, which enables IT resources to be distributed dynamically in a real time environment. It is the process of running software or program from a remote server rather than on users computer.

Application service virtualization enables cloud software as a service (SaaS) by employing tools and technologies that allow access to an application or program through internet without entailing any upfront installation from the end users or client- PC. The virtualized application is delivered as a service to multiple users that are completely interconnected. This technology comprises of a remote physical virtual server, application virtualization hypervisor and the application itself. In addition to this, application virtualization hypervisor technology manages user based sessions, back end application management processes, and resource allocation.

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