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Updated on 2022-07-13 GMT+08:00
How Are BMSs Different from ECSs?
BMSs allow users to exclusively access physical resources but ECS users can only share these resources. BMSs are recommended for deploying mission-critical applications and services that require high performance and a secure and reliable running environment, such as big data clusters and enterprise middleware systems.
For details about the differences between BMSs, physical servers, and ECSs, see Comparison Between BMSs, Physical Servers, and ECSs.
General FAQ FAQs
- What Are the Restrictions on Using BMSs?
- How Are BMSs Different from ECSs?
- What Are the Differences Between BMSs and Traditional Physical Servers?
- What Are the Differences Between BMS and Dedicated Host (DeH)?
- How Do BMSs Ensure Data Security?
- Can I Use APIs to Access BMSs?
- What OS Images Does BMS Support?
- Will Services Be Affected If Hyper-Threading Is Configured for BMS?
- How Do I View and Increase the BMS Quota?
- How Do I Synchronize the Time of a BMS?
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