How Does A Virtual Server Work?


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Roger Clegg answered
A virtual server is located at someone else's location and is used by more than one website owner, so that each owner can use it as if they have total control of the server.
Some Internet Service Providers offer virtual server service instead of what is called virtual hosting. By using a virtual server, one who owns a website can have their own domain name and an IP address, but can  manage their own files, e-mail accounts and assignments with more than one domain name, that go to one basic domain name with no contribution from the Internet Service Provider. Users of virtual servers don’t have to handle the hardware aspects of running a server and can successfully share the cost of what are usually very pricey line connections to the Internet.
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A virtual server is a server that is not entirely dedicated to running server software and is also involved in other activities. Such servers are known for their ability to provide low-cost web hosting services. It is possible to run several virtual servers at the same time in a single computer. But this may decrease the speed of the computer.

Virtual servers are created and managed with the assistance of a web-based interface. There are several virtual servers including those by Microsoft. Virtual servers depend on virtualisation to work. Thus it is based on the technique of virtualisation which hides the physical characteristics of computing resources from the way in which other systems, applications, or end users interact with other resources. Thus virtualisation is a broad term and encompasses a lot of activities.
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Robin W Butler answered

It can run any operating system, such like a unique physical device  with 24/7 Support · Cloud expertise ·

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