KVM - Kernel Based Virtual Machine

KVM - Kernel Based Virtual Machine


The x86 architecture has proven to be the dominate platform in enterprise computing, moving from its humble beginnings in desktop systems to now, powering the large enterprise applications that run businesses across the globe. The current generation of x86 CPUs include features such as large scale multi-threading with 8 or more processing cores, support for large memory systems with NUMA and integrated memory controllers, high speed CPU interconnects and chipset for support for advanced reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) features.

Red Hat & IBM
22 Nov 2010
22 Nov 2010
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