Virtualisation started out in the 1960s for mainframe computers as a means to logically divide system resources between different applications simultaneously. Before that, computers could run only one application at a time.
Part 3 – The advantages and disadvantages of HDD and SSD
In the first and second articles, we looked at the hard disk drive (HDD) and the solid-state drive (SSD) respectively. In this third and final article of the series, we will be looking at how the two storage technologies compare.
Part 2 – Solid-State Drive
In the previous article of this series, we looked at the hard disk drive (HDD) to understand how it works. In this article, we will be looking at the solid-state drive.
Part 1 – Hard Disk Drive
Most computing devices come with some form of permanent storage device so that the data stored is retained even when the device is not powered up. This is the same for the virtual private server (VPS).
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