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.
- 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