Virtualization: By definition, it's a moving target [video]

Yesterday, I posted a video clip of some VMWorld coverage that I shot with my handy-dandy FlipCam. But once I handed over my footage to the editing team, I wasn't quite done playing - so I headed back out to Moscone for some more footage.

Yesterday, I posted a video clip of some VMWorld coverage that I shot with my handy-dandy FlipCam. But once I handed over my footage to the editing team, I wasn't quite done playing - so I headed back out to Moscone for some more footage.

A colleague made a suggestion of something that could be kind of fun - go around and ask people for their quick definition of "virtualization," the big buzz word at VMWorld. So that's what I did. It came as no big shock that everyone I spoke with had his or her own definition for the word.

As I said yesterday, these video experiments are still kind of new for me - so, please forgive shaking hands or a stuttering narrator. I'm working on getting better.

Enjoy

VMworld 2009: What is virtualization? At VMworld 2009 in San Francisco, ZDNet senior editor goes out with his Flip camera and asks show attendees what virtualization means to them.