What is Virtual Machine Configuration?

Definition of Virtual Machine Configuration

Virtual Machine Configuration is the process of configuring administrative settings like creating and allocating different resources to a virtual machine.

How Virtual Machine Configuration does works?

Virtual Machine Configuration is an automated process which is always triggered whenever a new instance of the virtual machine is created. Either Virtual machine hypervisor or virtual machine administrator is responsible for virtual machine configuration process.

Some of the Virtual Machine Configuration specifications include storage and memory allocation and settings, Peripheral device and communication adapter settings, boot order settings, system startup and shutdown settings etc.

How and where Virtual Machine Configuration is used?

Virtual Machine Configuration is used in a virtualized environment on the creation of each and every single instance of virtual machine.

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