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Bare Metal

Why Bare Metal Hypervisors are the Key to Next-Generation Virtualization

Bare metal refers to a computing environment where an operating system (OS) or software application runs directly on the hardware of a computer or server, without the use of a virtualization or containerization layer. In a bare metal setup, the OS has direct access to all the computer’s resources, including the processor, memory, storage, and networking components. This setup often results in better performance and resource utilization as compared to virtualized environments, as there is no overhead from a virtualization layer. Bare metal is commonly used in high-performance computing, big data processing, and other applications that require raw processing power and minimal latency.

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