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Bare Metal Hypervisors – Begins A New Entry To Desktop Virtualization..

Press Release: May 20, 2015

The concept of desktop virtualization has become very popular and they are being implemented in many of the enterprises and businesses. But it is very difficult to choose among the array of server and client technologies, which provide different ranges of benefits. One such new entry is the bare metal desktop hypervisor, that acts as a real primer to the underlying hardware of the personal system. Many of the players like Citrix and VMware have developed the initial phase and are looking for “finer” ways to fully implement it. Let us go into the detailed descriptions of bare metal hypervisors.

What is it actually?

The bare metal hypervisor actually acts the Type I Hypervisor, that is a type of specialized software that is integrated with the hardware of the system. With the help of this, one or more operating systems can be easily controlled. Even if a single OS runs on the system, there would be many advantages associated with it.
What is the speciality of “bare metal “ services?
If you have heard of Parallels Desktop and Windows Virtual PCs, they are hypervisor levels that belong to the “type 2”; they are controlled by the system’s host controller and they do not have any integration with the hardware. As such all the virtual desktop images can be easily accessed and controlled by the Tier 2 Hypervisor levels, but the hardware would be directly controlled by the operating system of the host like the Windows or Linux. They cannot be installed in business environments and are normally used for testing services in IT companies.
Some of the companies that have introduced such type of hypervisors are Virtual Computers and NeoCleus.

Understanding the “development phases” of the bare metal technology

The new technology has entered only the “amateur phase”; but the factors like robustness and performance can never be guaranteed to a great extent. When compared to the Type-2 models, they have not earned much preference, but the development “phase” is still on and they may take another 12 or 18 months for proper functioning.
The main pro of importing such type of PCs is that it would be easy to gain the benefits of server-hosted desktops. That means, you do not have to do the usual upgrades from the data centers. Even if an employee loses a company-related data, it would be very easy to track the information with the help of this technology.

If you want to access the perfect bare metal cloud services, then reach out to Virpus Technologies, a Wow Technologies company.

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