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Storage virtualization is a technique that enables cloud computing providers to share resources. With the increase in data and storage, this is becoming more and more common for companies to outsource their storage needs.

In general, there are two types of storage technologies: block-level and file-level, as well as three methods: network-based, host-based, and array-based. Virtualization at the block level occurs before the file system is created. It takes over at the disk level and replaces controllers.

Docker is a group of platform as a service (PaaS) solutions that provide software in containers using OS-level virtualization. Containers are self-contained, containing their own software, libraries, and configuration files, and communicating with one another via well-defined channels.

While virtualization is widely utilised as part of cloud services, it is not required for a cloud to exist and is not the same as a cloud environment. Modern cloud services, on the other hand, are developed on top of virtualization in order to provide automation and scalability.

Kubernetes is an open-source system used in the cloud to automate deployments, manage containerized applications, and cluster applications for high availability.

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