A virtual machine is a software based emulation of a physical computer. It typically includes an OS, hardware resources and software programs. The link between the guest VM OS and the host computer's hardware resources like CPU, network cards, video card, USB ports and hard disks, is handled by hypervisor which act as a virtualization layer. The Virtual System OS behaves identically to the native OS for the user. VMs can further be categorized as Server and Client based VMs. Server VMs can remotely run providing Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or can locally run on the host computer.
Virtual Machines are implemented by method of software emulation or hardware virtualization techniques. Depending on the use and correspondence level to any physical computer, these machines can be divided into two categories:
System Virtual Machines: It is a system platform that supports the sharing of the host computer's physical resources between several virtual system, each running with its own copy of the operating system. The technique used in virtualization is provided by the software layer known as a hypervisor, which can run either on a bare hardware or on the top of an OS.
Process Virtual Machines: This has been designed to provide a platform-independent programming environment that covers the information of the underlying hardware or OS and enables program execution to take place in the same way on any given platform.
Some of the advantages that virtual server include:
Some of the drawbacks of virtual system include:
A virtual server gives you a way to run another OS software. For example, if you are a Linux user you can install Windows in a virtual system and run Windows desktop programs in that virtual machine. Mac users can also make use of virtual server to run Windows software. Also Windows users could benefit from a virtual server that allow them to run Linux or Mac in a virtual machine environment instead of dealing with a dual-boot configuration or Cygwin.
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