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  • Visual Basic .NET - Visual Basic .
  • Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET or VB .NET) - Visual Basic .
  • visual basic net - Visual Basic .
  • visual display - VDT (video display terminal, or sometimes visual display terminal) is a term used, especially in ergonomic studies, for the computer display.
  • visual display terminal - VDT (video display terminal, or sometimes visual display terminal) is a term used, especially in ergonomic studies, for the computer display.
  • Visual InterDev - Visual InterDev is Microsoft's development tool for building a dynamic, data-driven Web site.
  • Visual Studio .NET - Visual Studio .
  • Visual Studio Express - Visual Studio Express (VSE) is a freeware version of Microsoft's Visual Studio development environment toolset.
  • Visual Studio Express (VSE) - Visual Studio Express (VSE) is a freeware version of Microsoft's Visual Studio development environment toolset.
  • Visual Studio Team System - Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) -- rebranded as Azure DevOps in 2018 -- is an Azure cloud-hosted extension of Microsoft's Team Foundation Server (TFS) -- now called Azure DvOps -- that assist development teams with special tools and services for software programmers, analysts and testers as well as IT project or team managers.
  • Visual Studio Tools for Office - VSTO, or Visual Studio Tools for Office, or Microsoft Visual Studio Tools is part of Microsoft's Visual Studio.
  • Visualforce - Visualforce is a component-based user interface (UI) framework that enables the creation of dynamic, reusable user interfaces.
  • Vital Product Data - VPD (vital product data) is information about a device that is stored on a computer's hard disk (or the device itself) that allows the device to be administered at a system or network level.
  • VITC - Vertical interval time code (abbreviated VITC and sometimes pronounced VIHT-see) is a timing signal that is part of a video recording.
  • vixel - A vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) is a specialized laser diode that promises to revolutionize fiber optic communications by improving efficiency and increasing data speed.
  • VK - A virtual keyboard is a computer keyboard that a user operates by typing on or within a wireless- or optical-detectable surface or area rather than by depressing physical keys.
  • VK - VKontakte (VK) is Europe's largest social networking website, with more than 100 million users.
  • VKontakte - VKontakte (VK) is Europe's largest social networking website, with more than 100 million users.
  • VKontakte (VK) - VKontakte (VK) is Europe's largest social networking website, with more than 100 million users.
  • VLAN - A VLAN (virtual LAN) is a subnetwork which can group together collections of devices on separate physical local area networks (LANs).
  • VLAN (virtual LAN) - A VLAN (virtual LAN) is a subnetwork which can group together collections of devices on separate physical local area networks (LANs).
  • VLAN hopping - VLAN hopping (virtual local area network hopping) is a method of attacking a network by sending packets to a port at a network end point that is not normally accessible to the sender.
  • VLAN hopping (virtual local area network hopping) - VLAN hopping (virtual local area network hopping) is a method of attacking a network by sending packets to a port at a network end point that is not normally accessible to the sender.
  • VLDB - While there is apparently no official or standard definition for the term Very Large Database (VLDB), it is sometimes used to describe databases occupying magnetic storage in the terabyte range and containing billions of table rows.
  • VLE - A virtual learning environment (VLE) is a set of teaching and learning tools designed to enhance a student's learning experience by including computers and the Internet in the learning process.
  • VLER - Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record (VLER) is an electronic health record program that tracks the medical history of American soldiers through their entire service, from active duty to veteran status.
  • VLIW - Very long instruction word (VLIW) describes a computer processing architecture in which a language compiler or pre-processor breaks program instruction down into basic operations that can be performed by the processor in parallel (that is, at the same time).
  • VLIW (very long instruction word) - Very long instruction word (VLIW) describes a computer processing architecture in which a language compiler or pre-processor breaks program instruction down into basic operations that can be performed by the processor in parallel (that is, at the same time).
  • vlog - A vlog (or video blog) is a blog that contains video content.
  • vlog (video blog) - A vlog (or video blog) is a blog that contains video content.
  • vlogging - A vlog (or video blog) is a blog that contains video content.
  • VLSI - VLSI (very large-scale integration) is the current level of computer microchip miniaturization and refers to microchips containing in the hundreds of thousands of transistor s.
  • VLSM - Definition: Learn what a variable-length subnet mask (VLSM) is and how it allows network engineers to reduce the number of wasted IP addresses in each subnet.
  • VM - VM (Virtual Machine), currently embodied in a product called VM/ESA, is a widely-installed operating system for mainframes from IBM that can host other operating systems, including MVS and Conversational Monitor System (CMS), so that each of the operating systems seems to have its own complete system of software and hardware resources (data storage, telecommunications, processor, and so forth).
  • VM - A virtual machine (VM) is an operating system (OS) or application environment that is installed on software, which imitates dedicated hardware.
  • VM automation - VM automation is the ability for a virtual machine (VM) to perform basic functions and optimize performance on its own or with minimal manual input.
  • VM BIOS (virtual machine basic input/output system) - A VM BIOS (virtual machine basic input/output system) is the set of instructions that controls the booting process of a virtual machine.
  • VM hardware version (virtual machine hardware version) - The VM hardware version (virtual machine hardware version) designates the virtual hardware functions supported by a virtual machine (VM), which relates to the hardware on the host server.
  • VM stall - VM stall is the point where it becomes just as cost-effective to deploy a physical server as it is to deploy a virtual server.
  • VMDK file (virtual machine disk file) - VMware Virtual Machine Disk File (VMDK) is a format specification for virtual machine (VM) files.
  • VMEbus - VMEbus (VersaModular Eurocard bus) is a bus (computer data path) system, designed by Motorola, Signetics, Mostek, and Thompson CSF, that is used in industrial, commercial, and military applications worldwide.
  • VMEbus (VersaModular Eurocard bus) - VMEbus (VersaModular Eurocard bus) is a bus (computer data path) system, designed by Motorola, Signetics, Mostek, and Thompson CSF, that is used in industrial, commercial, and military applications worldwide.
  • VMI - Vendor-managed inventory (VMI) is an inventory management technique in which a supplier of goods, usually the manufacturer, is responsible for optimizing the inventory held by a distributor.
  • VMkernel - VMkernel is a POSIX-like operating system developed by VMware.
  • vmkfstools - Vmkfstools is an ESXi Shell command line interface (CLI) for building and managing volumes and virtual disks on an ESX/ESXi host.
  • vmkping - Vmkping is a command used to verify and troubleshoot VMkernel network connectivity.
  • VML - Vector graphics rendering, sometimes abbreviated VML, refers to scalable vector graphics (SVG) used in Web pages.
  • VML - Vector Markup Language (VML) is an XML-based language that facilitates the use of vector graphics on the Internet, especially on Web sites.
  • VMM - A virtual machine monitor (VMM) is a host program that allows a single computer to support multiple, identical execution environments.
  • VMO - A vendor management office (VMO) is an internal unit within an enterprise that is charged with evaluating third-party providers of goods and services, supervising day-to-day interactions and managing longer-term relationships.
  • VMQ (Virtual Machine Queue) - VMQ (Virtual Machine Queue) is a type of hardware packet filtering that delivers packet data from an outside virtual machine network directly to a virtualized host operating system.
  • VMS - VMS (Virtual Memory System) is an operating system from the Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) that runs in its older mid-range computers.
  • VMS (Virtual Memory System) - VMS (Virtual Memory System) is an operating system from the Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) that runs in its older mid-range computers.
  • VMUG (VMware User Group) - A VMUG (VMware User Group) is an international community of VMware users whose goal is to share knowledge.
  • VMUG Advantage (VMware User Group Advantage) - VMUG Advantage is a subscription-based membership offered by VMware User Group (VMUG).
  • VMware - VMware is a virtualization and cloud computing software provider based in Palo Alto, Calif.
  • VMware Access Point - VMware Access Point is a virtual appliance used as a secure gateway which authorized users can access VMware computing resources.
  • VMware AirWatch - VMware AirWatch is an enterprise mobility software provider based in Atlanta.
  • VMware AirWatch - VMware AirWatch is an enterprise mobility software provider based in Atlanta.
  • VMware AirWatch Secure Content Locker - VMware's Secure Content Locker is a tool within the company's AirWatch mobile device management product suite that enables secure data access and collaboration for on-site and remote workers.
  • VMware App Volumes (formerly CloudVolumes) - VMware App Volumes (formerly CloudVolumes) is layering software that puts applications into compartments for easier deployment in a virtual desktop infrastructure environment.
  • VMware AppDefense - VMware AppDefense is a data center security service designed to protect virtualized applications running in an enterprise data center in order to improve the protection and threat response performance of an enterprise security operations center (SOC).
  • VMware backup - VMware backup is the copying of data on a virtual machine (VM) in a VMware environment to prevent data loss.
  • VMware Blast Extreme - VMware Blast Extreme is a remote display protocol designed to deliver graphics-intensive virtual workloads using the H.
  • VMware Capacity Planner (VCP) - VMware Capacity Planner is a tool that collects information on an IT infrastructure's resource usage and compares it to industry-average data.
  • VMware Certificate Authority (VMCA) - The VMware Certificate Authority (VMCA) is the default root certificate authority introduced in vSphere 6.
  • VMware Certified Associate - VMware Certified Associate (VCA) is VMware's entry-level cloud and virtualization certification.
  • VMware Certified Implementation Expert (VCIX) - The VMware Certified Implementation Expert (VCIX) is third-highest level in VMware's data center virtualization, cloud management and automation, desktop and mobility, and network virtualization certification tracks.
  • VMware Certified Professional (VCP) - VMware Certified Professional (VCP) is a certification designed to demonstrate technical competency with VMware vSphere and related technologies.
  • VMware Cloud Foundation - VMware Cloud Foundation is an integrated software stack that uses SDDC Manager -- an automated lifecycle management tool -- to bundle compute (vSphere), storage (VMware vSAN) and network virtualization (NSX) into a single platform that can deployed on premises as a private cloud or run as a service within a public cloud.
  • VMware Cloud on AWS - VMware Cloud on AWS is a hybrid cloud service that runs the VMware software-defined data center (SDDC) stack in the AWS public cloud.
  • VMware Compatibility Guide - The VMware Compatibility Guide is an online reference site hosted by VMware that shows what various hardware, converged systems, operating systems, third-party applications and VMware products are compatible with a specific version of a VMware software product.
  • VMware Converter - VMware Converter is a utility that facilitates the creation of VMware virtual machines from physical systems or virtual machines associated with third-party vendors.
  • VMware Cross vCenter vMotion - VMware Cross vCenter vMotion is a feature introduced in vSphere 6.
  • VMware CTK file - A VMware CTK file contains a list of all the changes made to a VMware virtual machine (VM) since it was last backed up.
  • VMware DirectPath I/O - VMware DirectPath I/O is the technology that gives a virtual machine (VM) direct access to a physical PCI and PCIe hardware devices on the host by circumventing the hypervisor.
  • VMware DRS - VMware DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler) is a utility that balances computing workloads with available resources in a virtualized environment.
  • VMware DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler) - VMware DRS (Distributed Resource Scheduler) is a utility that balances computing workloads with available resources in a virtualized environment.
  • VMware ESXi - VMware ESXi is an operating system-independent hypervisor based on the VMkernel operating system that interfaces with agents that run on top of it.
  • VMware EVALExperience - VMware EVALExperience is a new subscription program provided by VMware and VMUG to give users year-long trial access to popular VMware data center products.
  • VMware EVC (VMware Enhanced vMotion compatibility) - VMware EVC (VMware Enhanced vMotion Compatibility) is a feature in VMware vSphere virtualization that allows virtual machines (VMs) to move between ESX/ESXi hosts on different CPUs.
  • VMware EVO:RAIL - VMware EVO:RAIL is a set of hyper-converged infrastructure appliances VMware sold with hardware partners from 2014 to 2016.
  • VMware fling - A VMware fling is an unsupported software tool created by a VMware engineer.
  • VMware Fusion - VMware Fusion is virtualization software from VMware that can run more than 150 multiple guest operating systems (OS), such as Windows or Linux, as virtual machines (VMs) inside a Macintosh OS.
  • VMware HA - VMware vSphere HA (High Availability) is a utility included in VMware's vSphere software that can restart failed virtual machines (VMs) on alternative host servers to reduce application downtime.
  • VMware Horizon Air - VMware Horizon Air allows IT administrators to deliver cloud-based virtual desktops and applications to users on any device or on a Web browser.
  • VMware Horizon Application Manager - VMware Horizon Application Manager, also known as Horizon App Manager, is an enterprise service for managing access to software.
  • VMware Horizon Client - VMware Horizon Client is software that establishes a connection between endpoint devices and Horizon View virtual desktops and applications.
  • VMware Horizon Cloud Pod Architecture - VMware Horizon Cloud Pod Architecture is a feature in VMware Horizon 6 that consolidates multiple Horizon View pods to centralize management for administrators and enable entitlement access for remote users.
  • VMware Horizon FLEX - VMware Horizon FLEX is a desktop virtualization product that allows IT administrators to deliver virtual desktops to Windows and Mac endpoints.
  • VMware Horizon Mirage - VMware Horizon Mirage is a desktop management tool that centrally manages physical and virtual desktop images.
  • VMware Horizon Mobile - VMware Horizon Mobile is mobile virtualization and application wrapping software that lets IT administrators control corporate data and applications on end users' smartphones and tablets.
  • VMware Horizon Suite - VMware Horizon Suite is a collection of products and technologies designed to help information technology (IT) administrators deliver desktops and applications and secure data on a variety of endpoint devices.
  • VMware Horizon View - VMware Horizon View is the virtual desktop host platform for vSphere.
  • VMware Horizon View Composer - VMware Horizon View Composer is a feature in Horizon View that gives administrators the ability to manage pools of desktops that share a common virtual disk.
  • VMware Horizon Workspace - VMware Horizon Workspace is enterprise mobility management software that creates a central repository where users can access corporate data, applications and virtual desktops from a variety of endpoint devices.
  • VMware host profile - VMware Host Profiles is a vCenter Server tool to design and deploy ESX/ESXi hosts.
  • VMware Identity Manager - VMware Identity Manager is an Identity as a Service (IDaaS) offering that provides single sign-on (SSO) capabilities and user-based controls for web, cloud and mobile applications.
  • VMware Infrastructure 3 - VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3) is a software suite designed to centralize and optimize desktop management and data center resources through virtualization.
  • VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3) - VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3) is a software suite designed to centralize and optimize desktop management and data center resources through virtualization.
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