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What does it mean On-Premises and Colocation? What is the difference between them

From my personal experience, On-premises and Colocation are similar in that the customer owns the equipment that is in question. The difference is where the equipment is located at. On-premises ...
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Confused about cloud computing

IaaS - Infrastructure as a Service This is a cloud architechure where you create virtual servers, virtual network devices, etc, using existing OS software like windows or Linux. Azure and AWS both ...
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What does it mean On-Premises and Colocation? What is the difference between them

On-premises hardware or software is installed and runs on the premises of the person or organization using the service Colocation is software or hardware is installed and runs outside the premises of ...
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Are there any Operating Systems that allow adding/removing of CPU/RAM without rebooting?

I tested this on 3 hypervisors (VirtualBox, VMWare Workstation 12.5, and VMWare ESXi 6.0 via the Embedded Host Client) and several OS's (Windows Server 2k8, Windows 7, and Ubuntu Server 16.04). None ...
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