We decide to select a solution for virtualization.
Is there any benchmark for comparing them by eachother?
I have list of vitualization technology that run on Linux
When considering obtaining a new computer one of my prerequisites is the ability to load Windows 8 in a virtual machine (using VirtualBox). A prerequisite for that is that the host computer have virtualization technology.
IBM says that now is great time for KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) technology as a result of key contributions from its large developer community.
The KVM hypervisor is an open source virtualization technology and, increasingly, it is becoming an important tool in any Linux user’s handbook, especially in light of OpenStack.
KVM is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware
Virtualization is the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, such as an operating system, a server, a storage device or network resources. For those who are new to virtualization technology, this article will give you some high level fundamentals that will help you to get started on virtualization.
As a Linux sysadmin, sometimes you might end-up in a situation where you install a Linux distro as a Guest OS on a Windows based Virtualization software. In those situations, it is helpful to understand some basics of Windows virtualization technologies. Hyper-V is a Windows Server Virtualization based on Hypervisor technology, which enables virtualization on […]
LG and VMware say they are teaming up to bring virtualization technology to smartphones based on VMware's MVP (mobile virtualization platform) software. Operating system support was not specified, but the technology appears likely to be headed for some of LG's Android phones in 2011....
That old hoary chestnut, the question of women being selected on merit for work/positions in the technology industry, has reared its head again. And this time it is on a mailing list hosted by Linux Australia, the umbrella group for Linux associations Down Under.