Overview of platform Adrian Terranova Summer 2010
Overview Cloonix is Network Switch And UML Machine or KVM Machine In a Linux based visualization container.
Overview Cloonix runs on  Linux Cloonix can host Any UML Linux Any KVMable OS's Any Linux application Apache Java / Python...
Overview Cloonix Can  Simulate situations that are Too dangerous Too scary Not possible In a functional clone of a product...
Overview Cloonix Can (with enough resources) Run 40 Virtual OSI's on one host
Overview With Cloonix you can  LEARN TEST DEVELOP MODEL REFINE Complete application infrastructures OSI Network l2 Network...
Resources Cloonix help is at  [email_address] http://www.cloonix.net http://www.vlcg.net/mediawiki
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Cloonix Overview

  1. 1. Overview of platform Adrian Terranova Summer 2010
  2. 2. Overview Cloonix is Network Switch And UML Machine or KVM Machine In a Linux based visualization container.
  3. 3. Overview Cloonix runs on Linux Cloonix can host Any UML Linux Any KVMable OS's Any Linux application Apache Java / Python / Perl C / C++ Quagga ...
  4. 4. Overview Cloonix Can Simulate situations that are Too dangerous Too scary Not possible In a functional clone of a production environment
  5. 5. Overview Cloonix Can (with enough resources) Run 40 Virtual OSI's on one host
  6. 6. Overview With Cloonix you can LEARN TEST DEVELOP MODEL REFINE Complete application infrastructures OSI Network l2 Network l3 Load-balancing Routing Application Storage For free
  7. 7. Resources Cloonix help is at [email_address] http://www.cloonix.net http://www.vlcg.net/mediawiki
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