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Virtualization & Cloud

Virtualization & Cloud Go Back



To abstract, pool, and share scalable resources across a network to build a cloud, one can utilize a variety of bare-metal, virtualization, or container software. An established operating system (like Linux®) serves as the foundation of cloud computing. Users have independence in public, private, and hybrid situations because to this layer.

A program called a hypervisor sits on top of physical hardware during virtualization and abstracts the machine's resources, making them accessible to virtual environments known as virtual machines. Raw processing power, storage, or cloud-based applications with all the runtime code and resources needed to deploy them are some examples of these resources.