• How end users can access VMs with virt-manager

    Managing KVM virtual environments with virt-manager can be a pain if you want virtual machines to be accessed by end users instead of root users. Here's how to make it happen.

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  • Docker containers, virtualization can work in harmony

    Docker containers are fast, easy to use and largely free. In terms of performance, they have even been called comparable to KVM. But that doesn't mean Docker containers are right for everyone.

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  • Installing KVM virtual machines

    Creating Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machines is easy. This tip outlines the simple steps to virtualizing the Linux way and shows how to install Windows and Ubuntu as guest OSes.

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  • Memory swap strategies for KVM

    Squeeze more KVM virtual machines onto your physical servers by implementing these memory swap strategies.

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  • Do you see any reason to use the Logical Volume Manager for KVM snapshots?

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  • KVM reignites Type 1 vs. Type 2 hypervisor debate

    An IBM distinguished engineer says there are major misconceptions about whether KVM is a Type 1 or Type 2 hypervisor. IT pros, meanwhile, worry about support and compatibility.

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  • How to manage and reset a KVM virtual classroom

    A simple KVM deployment can get your virtual classroom up and running, but you also need a strategy for managing and restoring VMs after a course ends.

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  • Build an affordable virtual classroom with KVM

    You could use Amazon cloud services to offer a virtual classroom, but a simple KVM deployment can give you better performance for a small price.

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  • Solve multicast snooping problems in a bridged environment

    Disabling multicast snooping is sometimes the only way to make sure cluster traffic is handled correctly in a KVM environment.

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  • Using KVM virtualization in the enterprise: RHEV or RHEL?

    They sound alike, but RHEV and RHEL are pretty different. Red Hat’s KVM virtualization products offer different levels of KVM management capabilities.

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