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Virtual Machines

Optimizing Your Cloud Infrastructure: A Deep Dive into Azure Virtual Machines

Virtual Machines (VMs) are software-based instances that emulate a physical computer by providing the same functionality and capabilities. They are created and run on a host computer using virtualization software (also known as a hypervisor), which allows multiple VMs to operate simultaneously on the same host, sharing hardware resources such as CPU, memory, storage, and network.

Each virtual machine runs its own operating system (OS) and behaves independently of the host and other VMs, enabling users to run multiple applications and OS environments on a single physical computer. VMs can be easily created, modified, and deleted, making them an effective solution for testing new software, deploying applications, and running legacy systems.

Some popular virtualization software includes VMware, VirtualBox, Hyper-V, and KVM.

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