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Bare Metal

Elevating Security and Compliance: How Bare Metal Servers Provide Enhanced Data Protection

Bare metal refers to a computing environment where an operating system (OS) or a software application runs directly on the hardware of a computer or server, rather than running on top of a virtualization layer or a hypervisor. In this context, “bare” means the absence of any software layer between the OS and the physical hardware components.

Running on bare metal can offer several benefits, such as faster performance, full control over the hardware resources, and the ability to customize the environment to suit specific needs without the overhead and complexity of virtualization. However, it may also lack the flexibility, scalability, and ease of management offered by virtualized environments.

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