Tag: Bare Metal
What is Bare Metal Programming?
Posted on by Michael Flores Feliz
Category: Other | Tags: Bare Metal, Bare Metal Programming, Bare Metal Software
Reading Time: 3 minutes
Bare metal programming is a low-level type of programming that is hardcoded to a system at the hardware level and operates without an abstraction layer or operating system (OS). It also interlinks with the hardware, considering the specific build of components.
Guide to Bare Metal Restore, Backup, & Recovery
Posted on by Ross Chesley | Updated:
Reading Time: 5 minutes
The term bare metal means a computer with no operating system, no partitions, and no installed software applications. It is the bare hardware and disk. In some instances, it may contain the basic input/output system (BIOS).
What is a Virtual Machine (VM)?
Posted on by Danny Jensen | Updated:
Category: Private Cloud | Tags: Bare Metal, Cloud, Host Computer, Hosted, Hypervisor, Kernel, Kernel Module, KVM, Parent Server, Private Cloud, Private Parent, Process VM, Resources, System VM, Type 1 Hypervisor, Type 2 Hypervisor, Virtual Environment, Virtual Machines, Virtual Private Server, Virtualization, Virtualized, VM, VMware, VMware and NetApp
Reading Time: 8 minutes
What is a virtual machine?
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