Tag: Bare Metal

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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.

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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).

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What is a Virtual Machine?

A virtual machine is a simulated computer system which runs on a physical computer. In other words, a virtual machine is a computer inside a computer. Virtual machines allocate memory, a virtual CPU, disk storage space, and a network interface. This means that we can have a Windows computer that runs multiple virtual machines composed of Ubuntu Linux, macOS, Windows 10, Solaris, and CentOS, and they will all be completely separate from our parent Windows operating system.

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