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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A hypervisor that runs directly on top of hardware (as opposed to on an OS) is known as:

A hypervisor that runs directly on top of hardware (as opposed to on an OS) is known as:

  • Side saddle
  • Hosted
  • Bare metal
  • Type 2 

 
A hypervisor that runs directly on top of hardware (as opposed to on an OS) is known as:

EXPLANATION

A bare-metal (also known as native or type-1) hypervisor runs directly on the host's hardware to control the hardware and to manage guest operating systems. For this reason, they are sometimes called bare-metal hypervisors.
A guest operating system runs as a process on the host.
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