Physical or Virtual Server: What to Chose for a Linux Web Server

Physical or Virtual Server: What to Chose for a Linux Web Server

Video tutorial on chosing Physical or Virtual server as your production web server (for web hosting, for example).

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2 thoughts on “Physical or Virtual Server: What to Chose for a Linux Web Server

  1. expecting more videos on webhosting , from this got useful information for my server rented from

  2. Correct me if I am wrong, but a physical server, for example if you use an old PC as you did, requires the user to have a networked internet connection, correct? In other words, you cannot use a physical server with wifi, correct?

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