A Bare Metal server is a physical machine. As in, an actual box in a data centre that you can point at and say “that one”. This might sound obvious, but it’s an important distinction in the context of virtualisation.A Cloud Server is a virtual machine (VM). While a VM is functionally a server, it doesn’t have defined hardware. Instead, VMs use virtualisation technology to share the resources of one or multiple physical machines. This way, multiple VMs can exist on the same physical server.Bare metal servers are the go-to preference for clients who need power, performance, resources, and reliability. They can act as a stand-alone hosting solution, or they can be coupled with thousands of others to meet your web hosting requirements. 100TB’s lightning-fast network coupled with 10Gbps connectivity delivers your data with record-breaking low-latency around the globe. If you are looking for true isolation from other users, bare metal capabilities will ensure your complete and total data privacy, while our rapid orchestration and API provides precise control over resources.