KVM Virtualization Solutions on QorIQ Processors

Document created by edk Employee on Jul 9, 2014Last modified by Diana Torres on Apr 18, 2017
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KVM (kernel virtual machine) is a Linux-based virtualization technology that enables a Linux system to boot operating systems in virtual machines. This demo showcases KVM and it's capabilities: multiple VMs on a system, flexible configuration of memory and CPUs for VMs, virtual I/O capabilities including network and disk I/O, direct assignment of USB and PCI.

 

 

 

 

Features

  • Getting the most out of multicore resources
  • Feature rich Linux-based virtualization
  • Hardware-based security and isolation for Virtual Machines (VM)
  • Virtual I/O capabilities

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