Server virtualisation is based on the partitioning of a physical server into smaller virtual servers to help maximise your server resources.
During server virtualisation the resources of the server itself are hidden, or masked, from users, and software is used to divide the physical server into multiple virtual environments, called virtual or private servers. This is in contrast to dedicating one server to a single application or task.
- Each virtual server run its own operating system and each virtual server can also be independently rebooted of one another
- Server virtualisation conserves space through consolidation as several machines can be consolidated into one server running multiple virtual environments
- Server virtualisation reduces costs because less hardware is required saving business money on power to run the servers and cooling
- It utilises resources to the fullest in order to save on operational costs
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