Virtual storage configuration and management refers to the process of configuring and managing the storage resources of a virtualized environment. This typically involves creating and configuring virtual disks, assigning storage space to virtual machines, and managing the allocation of storage resources among different virtual machines.
Virtual machine management, on the other hand, refers to the process of managing the virtual machines in a virtualized environment. This typically involves creating and configuring virtual machines, installing and configuring operating systems and applications on the virtual machines, and managing the allocation of computing resources such as CPU, memory, and network bandwidth among different virtual machines.
An example of virtual storage configuration and management would be creating a virtual disk with a specified size and assigning it to a virtual machine to use as its primary storage. An example of virtual machine management would be creating a new virtual machine with a specified operating system and allocated resources, and then installing and configuring applications on it.
Both virtual storage configuration and management and virtual machine management are important tasks in a virtualized environment, as they help to ensure that the virtual machines have access to the necessary storage and computing resources to function properly. These tasks are typically performed by system administrators or other IT professionals who have expertise in virtualization and IT infrastructure management.
The motherboard is the core of the computer. If the motherboard is oozing brown stuff, signifying that one of the sectors has been eroded or is about to disrupt, it needs to be replaced before further damage can be made.
The screws in the hard drive can easily be replaced.
As for the memory sticks, they will operate best if they were the same brand and the same memory size and hertz.