Why learn about virtualization technology with Flatiron School?
Our virtualization technology lessons are free — that way you can learn the fundamentals on your schedule and at your own pace.
These lessons are a great way to determine if learning cybersecurity is right for you. Discover whether you're passionate about pursuing a cyber career, or if you just want to learn a new skill.
These lessons are an efficient way to get real hands-on experience with the fundamentals you’ll need to get into our immersive Cybersecurity engineering course.
Our grads work at some of tech's biggest companies
What you'll learn: Basic virtualization technology concepts and how they're applied to the real world
Research shows that cyberattacks could cost up to $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. As these attacks increase in frequency, organizations of all sizes will be forced to follow suit and increase their cybersecurity efforts. Cybersecurity engineers, pen testers, cyber threat analysts — and virtualization technology — will be at the center of these efforts.
Ther are 4 different types of virtualization technologies — get acquainted with each.
Understand what a Hypervisor is, the different types, and how they relate to how virtualization works.
Connect the dots to understand basic virtualization concepts as a whole — their components, architecture, and the overall picture.
Learn what the "cloud" is and the benefits of cloud virtualization training.
Other free cybersecurity tutorials at Flatiron School
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