KVM is a Linux-based virtualization system that allows you to virtualize a wide variety of operating systems and environments. When you want to manage your virtual machines or guests, you can use a program called virsh. As a command line tool, you can use virsh to manage guests and the hypervisor. It is built on […]
Virtualization can save you time and money when used efficiently. This has made it very popular for small, medium, and large sized data center operations. Whether you have a single server or a fleet of them, virtualization has its benefits.
KVM and Xen are two virtualization options for Linux servers, both with their advantages. Xen is […]
Virtualization is a method that allows a system administrator to run one instance of an operating system (called a virtual machine) within another. Each virtual machine operates as though it were a standalone dedicated server of its own, but it is really depending on the resources of its host.
Many commercial vendors offer virtualization options for […]
Vitualization is a process that allows one operating system (the host) to run a full version of another operating system (the guest) within itself. Unlike emulation, where the host must also simulate the hardware, virtualization allows the guest to interface directly with the system’s hardware. As such, virtualization requires both the host and guest […]