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tsirhCdneM | CompTIA Cloud+ | Module 5

By: Raul Pop | Related Course: CompTIA Cloud+ | Published: June 9, 2017 | Modified: June 9, 2017
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NotepadVirtualization Setup

Hypervisor

Virtualization Host

Virtual Machine

 

Hypervisor 

Type 1 vs Type 2

Proprietary

Open Source

Consumer vs Enterprise

 

Type 1

Loaded as a core

Virtual machines loaded on bare metal

 

Type 2

Operating system installed then VM loaded on OS

Both are controlled with Hypervisor(ESX)

 

Proprietary

Company products only work with a companies product

MAC is a proprietary

Device will not work with any gear that is not made by

Usually requires a license key or subscription

 

Open Source

Products work with many other product

Linux is Open Source

Device will work with almost any gear device

Usually does not requires a license key or subscription

 

Consumer vs Enterprise

Consumer

Use less operating systems in the network

Does not support many users

Uses type 2 hypervisor

 

Enterprise

Has more servers and operating systems in the network

Created to support many users

Uses type 1 hypervisor

 

 

Virtualization Host

-Hardware Assisted Virtualization

improves virtualization

utilizes the hardware of the pc

hyper-v

vmware

-BIOS

preloaded software from the manufacture

saved on chip attached to the motherboards

-used for a quick save of the features on a computer without having to discover all settings

-CPU

Central Processing Unit

brain of computer

more cored means more functions at a time

One virtual PC needs a core

-Memory

-Network Interface Cards


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