A virtual appliance is the packaging of a software appliance, installed on a virtual machine, into an image. The software appliance is designed to perform optimally on standard servers and virtual machines, and does not require a specialized hardware platform.
Like software appliances, virtual appliances are designed to eliminate the installation, configuration and maintenance costs associated with running complex stacks of software.
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