A virtual server is a server that shares hardware and software resources with other operating systems. Because they are cost-effective and provide faster resource control, virtual servers are popular in Web hosting environments.
Virtualization is the process of transitioning stored data files, folders, applications, software and other information from central processing units (CPUs) to virtual servers and cloud environments. Once the transition of all this data is complete, what you have is a virtualized replacement for hard disk drives (HDDs) and outdates operating systems (OSs). The replacement is entirely virtualized and offers faster input and output (I/O) than traditional HDD storage through virtual servers. The new virtualization also requires data abstraction—reducing complex data structures down to only their core components so they use less space and still function in their original form. This makes data more portable and therefore easier to use to create a virtual database within virtualized environments. Developers use data abstractions to create easily navigable frameworks other users can add to over time within a virtualized infrastructure living on the Internet and hosted by a virtual server.
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Features of a Virtual Server
- The hardware compatibility of the virtual machine is the same as the default hardware compatibility setting configured in Workstation preferences. By default, the default hardware compatibility setting is the installed Workstation version.
- One processor and one processor per core. Workstation chooses the execution mode for the virtualization engine based on the guest operating system and the host CPU.
- One IDE CD/DVD drive, which is configured to connect at power on and autodetect a physical drive on the host system.
- One virtual network adapter, which is configured to connect at power on and use network address translation (NAT). With NAT networking, the virtual machine shares the IP address of the host system.
- Shared folders and remote access by VNC clients are disabled.
- The virtual machine is not encrypted.
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