A bare metal server is a dedicated server provided to one client through a data center. The bare metal server does not use virtualization or a hypervisor layer to create virtual machines. This means they are not capable of hosting more than one client.
The advantages to a bare metal server are immediately evident. It provides 100% of the resources of the server for one client, allowing the client to develop the ideal infrastructure and utilization of the server 24/7/365. In addition, the client can design the security levels in the server, protecting all aspects of data storage and cloud-computing apps and systems.
The Bare Metal Cloud
The bare metal cloud uses a dedicated server that is designed and configured to meet the performance requirements of the business. These servers can be used to create a cloud, which offers superior performance.
Bare metal clouds are used for systems and applications that are considered to be mission-critical for the business. The system allows for full control over the processing, storage, and memory functions of the server. At the same time, the bare metal server cloud also utilizes the networks, connectivity, and environment of a data center.
The use of a bare metal cloud also provides the business with complete flexibility over all aspects of the server, including the choice of the operating system, licensing of software, and the actual server configuration.
When companies and businesses need consistent performance with heavy workloads, the bare metal cloud is the solution. It is also ideal when security protocols and requirements are a factor.
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