• New year, new Linux virtualization options

    Open sourcers have ported OpenVZ to run on power-savvy Sun UltraSPARC T1 chips, while Linus Torvalds chose the obscure KVM over Xen for a forthcoming Linux kernel.

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  • KVM live migration with the Linux command line

    KVM live migration wasn’t always possible. But now it’s easy, thanks to the Linux command line. Just make sure you meet a few important requirements.

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  • Red Hat KVM underpins IBM test-and-dev cloud

    IBM will use Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV), a KVM implementation, for its new test and development cloud.

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

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Ask the expert: Xen, KVM and other free hypervisor options

    Virtualization ultimately saves you money, but you need to front costs first -- or do you? We asked an expert to explain free hypervisor options.

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  • KVM supports live migration without shared storage

    A new Red Hat utility could solve long-standing problems with live migration of virtual machines and even enable the move to public clouds. But users remain cautious.

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  • Which method do you prefer to optimize KVM network performance?

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