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Bare Metal

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Bare metal refers to a computing environment where an operating system (OS) or application runs directly on the hardware of a computer or server, rather than within a virtualized environment or container. In other words, it is a system without any abstraction or virtualization layers, providing direct access to the underlying physical hardware resources.

Bare metal systems are often used for performance-critical tasks, as they can eliminate the overhead associated with virtualization and provide faster, more predictable performance. They are also used in situations where low-level access to hardware components is required, such as in embedded systems or operating system development.

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