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Bare Metal

A New Era of Performance: How Bare Metal Hypervisors are Changing the Game

Bare metal refers to a computer system or hardware without any software, operating system, or virtualization layer installed on it. It is called “bare metal” because, metaphorically speaking, the hardware is exposed without any layers of abstraction or protection from user interaction. In this environment, software applications run directly on the hardware, utilizing the full resources and capabilities of the underlying system. This term is often used in the context of bare-metal servers, which are dedicated servers without any virtualization software, or bare-metal programming, which refers to writing low-level code that directly interfaces with the hardware components.

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