Physical Servers vs. Virtual Machines: Key Differences and Similarities

When starting a new business, you should make sure that your organization’s infrastructure can carry the workload and perform business operations without lags and interruptions.

The infrastructure of your organization can be built on either a physical server, a virtual server, or the combination of both (a hybrid server). Therefore, it is essential to consider a number of factors when choosing between the available options. This blogpost draws the comparison between physical servers and virtual machines (VMs) by highlighting the main advantages and disadvantages which each of them provide.

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