Busted! Taking Down the Top 8 VMware Myths
Cloud-based systems make working easier.
You’ve decided that using a single physical machine that runs multiple virtual machines is a way for your business to save space, energy, and money. This goal includes the use of virtual machines using different operating systems and running multiple apps run on a single physical computer by interfacing with VMware. This happens by expanding the hardware with virtual servers. Admins are freed from resolving problems on multiple machines as issues arise, allowing them to work on other projects. In addition, it decreases the quantity of servers needed, thereby decreasing expenses for hardware and the energy it takes to operate.
VMware virtualizes CPU and memory and emulates virtual hardware by loading a hypervisor on the physical machine’s hardware. As configuration takes place, drivers from different devices are loaded. Different operating systems work with the VMware layer. In this way, changing hardware is easy since the VMware is merely reconfigured. As with any other technology, myths have grown up around the use of VMware, virtualization, and the cloud. But be aware of some VMware Myths.
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