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28.8 Emulation vs. Virtualization

Don't mean to pick nits, but where's the paragraph on virtualization?

There is a paragraph on emulation, but then ??

I guess, the difference is that emulator imitates a physical device in software, whereas a VM, defined by software, provides an environment to host an operating system serviced by these emulated devices.


  • Hi @ddspell ,

    If I'm not wrong, by the title you expect a comparison between emulation and virtualization, right? Instead of that, it talks about how emulation performance is slower.



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