A physical server dedicated to a single tenant is known as a bare-metal server. The server’s tenant can optimize the server to meet its performance, security, and reliability requirements. A hypervisor server, which allows multiple users to share the virtual server compute, storage, and other resources, is an alternative to a bare metal server.
Single-tenant physical servers or run dedicated servers are other names for bare metal servers. The operating system is mounted directly on the computer on a bare metal server, removing layers and improving performance.
A business can operate dedicated servers in its data center or a colocation center or rent them from a managed service provider on an hourly or monthly subscription basis.
Why use a bare metal server?
- Performance: We can optimize a single-tenant physical server’s resources for your specific workloads, ensuring that it meets your needs.
- Reliability: Since you’re not sharing server resources with other tenants like a hypervisor server, you won’t get the “noisy neighbor impact.”
- Security: A bare metal server provides a higher degree of privacy and protection than a virtual server by physically isolating your data, programs, and other resources.
- Utility style billing: Pay just for what you need, right down to the minute, to keep the costs down. Pricing and billing are dependent on usage.
How can UnitedLayer work?
We’ve delivered bare metal servers to countless companies as a completely managed hosting provider, whether they’re using public, private, or hybrid clouds.