A shell variable is a variable that is available only to the current shell. In contrast, an environment variable is available system wide and can be used by other applications on the system.A shell is the operating system's command interpreter. It processes the commands entered on the command line or read from a shell script file.
Resource pooling is an IT term used in cloud computing environments to describe a situation in which providers serve multiple clients, customers or "tenants" with provisional and scalable services. These services can be adjusted to suit each client's needs without any changes being apparent to the client or end user.
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