What are the different approaches to backing up virtual servers today?
There are two main approaches to backing up virtual machines. Host-level backups (which are sometimes called hypervisor-level backups) occur directly at the hypervisor or within the host operating system. Guest-level backups occur within the individual virtual machines.
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