• 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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  • 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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  • Open source server virtualization software guide

    Open source server virtualization software comes in several variations. This introductory guide outlines the major open source virtualization software and their architecture, from Red Hat KVM, to Oracle VM.

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  • How to create a guest OS with KVM

    In this tip, you'll learn how to create a guest operating system using XenSource's new competitor KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine).

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  • Creating a bridged network interface on a KVM host

    A bridged network interface is often absent from KVM hosts, but a few simple commands will help you create one in your RHEL infrastructure.

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  • Setting up VLAN tagging in a KVM environment

    Your KVM environment setup will be a little more complicated if VLANs are involved. These step-by-step instructions should simplify the setup.

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  • The oft-overlooked threats of remote server access

    Remote KVMs represent both convenience and potential for disaster. A few simple security steps can prevent downed servers, whether from an intentional attack or a simple miscommunicated update.

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  • What do you think of Nimboxx’s strategy to support KVM rather than VMware?

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