A virtual server refers to the practice of dividing a single physical server into several independent, isolated virtual environments. This is achieved through software that simulates multiple servers on a single hardware platform. By doing so, it enables organizations to efficiently host multiple top-level domains (TLDs) and websites, each with its own operating system and applications, as if they were running on separate physical servers. This approach maximizes resource utilization, simplifies management, and can reduce costs associated with hardware and maintenance.
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