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Use your free Virtual Machine to try a new OS, run old software, clone a system or test new applications across multiple platforms. Scale from one to multiple Virtual Machines effortlessly, if your work demands.
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We guarantee a 99.9% uptime in our SLA which means your Virtual Machines will not face more than 4 hours of downtime/year.
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When working with your Virtual Machines, just focus on what you do well. Let us handle all the upgrades, maintenance and security patches.
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Virtual Machine Faq
A virtual machine creates a virtual environment that behaves like a separate computer. Virtual machines run as a process while being sandboxed within a system. You can utilize your VM platform to run apps or run another operating system.
It is easy to setup a VM on your own. There are a number of free VM programs available for your windows and Linux OS. You can alternately configure free VM cloud hosting over your existing cloud server.
The base machine on which the VM app is installed is called the host. On the other hand, the operating system with which the virtual machine has been configured is called the guest.
There can be as many VMs as the system allows. However, one should bear in mind that having too many VMs can unnecessarily clutter the host. This clustering can result in system lag and consequently, the performance will notice a drastic dip.
To ‘trick’ the virtual machine into thinking it’s running a separate computer, its resources have to be demarcated with the resource being used by the host. Every operating system has – a. Kernel & b. Shell.
Situated at the computer’s core, a kernel connects CPU with the application that needs access to its resources. The shell is the interface connecting user with the kernel. The shell and kernel are two essentials of an operating system, and a computer cannot run with even one of these components missing.
There are as many shells as there are virtual machines. Also, there is an equal number of kernel linked to each virtual machine. However, there can only be one base kernel unless there are two operating systems running parallel to one another.
VMware is an application that creates a fully isolated and secure virtual environment. In other words, it helps you create a virtual machine. VMware may or may not be free depending upon how you use it. The VMware Workstation is free for non-commercial, home use. If you want VMware for personal learning, you can have as many copies as you want, for free.
However, the commercial license for VMware is paid and depending upon the services you require, VMware can easily cost you around $150 or more.
There are other hypervisors that offer free VM hosting at the start, you can try dabbling with one of these hypervisors. If satisfied with the level of performance, you can then buy the complete package.
A host server is the underlying server running one or more instances of the virtual machine. Put simply, the base server is called the VM host server. Any number of virtual machines the server is configured with are called the guest servers. Just like there is a host in a computer running VM, there is also a host in the server running any hypervisor.
Virtual machines are often confused with hypervisors. The two terms are often used interchangeably one for the other.
Even though the two terms mean almost the same (more or less), some nuances exist between the two.
The virtual machine is a computer contained inside another computer, running an exclusive set of CPU resources, independent of the host machine. The hypervisor, on the other hand, is the device or software running the virtual machine. It is responsible for allocating resources, running the interface between the host system and the virtual machine, or any management software and the VM.
When you opt for VM hosting, the vendor provides you with a hypervisor and a free VM to run on your server. Now, these additional virtual machines can function as independent servers. Even though it munches on the resource of your host, it is an independent server.
Most VM hosting will come at a cost, depending upon the CPU you want to isolate from the server. Some cloud providers have also started offering free VM cloud hosting with their services.
It is to be noted that even though several free VM programs are available in the market, only your hosting provider can mount a Virtual machine on your server. Hence, every VM hosting service will always have some cost linked to it. Unless mentioned, free VM hosting as such could be an artifice.
In terms of an operating system (OS), a virtual machine is an OS running within another OS. The two operating systems may not necessarily be the same. You can run windows on Linux system, or Linux over windows system. The two OS will not create any conflict with one another because the host and the guest OS functions as standalone systems, as if the other never existed.
However, you can notice a dip in system performance because a part of the CPU has been allocated elsewhere. The amount of resource available to the individual operating system will therefore decrease.
You can also run the same task simultaneously with both the host and guest OS.
It is advisable not to not load host and guest OS with too many tasks simultaneously. Even though the two systems run independently the guest OS still runs over the base OS. If the host lags or crashes, the guest will crash too.
Setting up VM on an operating system is the cheapest and easiest. Several free VM applications are available that can configure the Virtual Machine in no time.
VM is particularly useful for developers, but it has long been used by amateurs as well.
While developing an application or software, it has to be tested on multiple platforms. Configuring several workstations for each platform can be expensive. A comprehensive solution is to have one robust workstation and install several paid or free VMs. Not only it is easier to optimize and maintain a single workstation, but it is also convenient and takes up lesser space.
With VM hosting, it is also possible to partition your server and test-run programs before you can make changes live on your original website.
Older programs that have not been discontinued or are otherwise incompatible with the latest OS can also be run on virtual machines running older operating systems.