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Kvm virtualization platform

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Presentation on Kernel-based Virtualization Machine at Webcamp KK

Presentation on Kernel-based Virtualization Machine at Webcamp KK

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  • 1. Self Introduction Managing Director for Insan Solutions Provide Soft-Skill, Safety & Security and IT Training Solutions. Provide Software Development on Microsoft .Net. Provide expertise in Virtualization technology using KVM. Provide IT support services for small businesses.
  • 2. Short Background Microsoft .Net Developer since 2005. IT Internal Auditor in 2009. Experimenting on Open Source Solutions since 2010. Made first Start Up in early 2011. Gave training sessions in software applications used in MBMMBI for Ministry of Education in late 2011.
  • 3. Recap on Virtualization
  • 4. What is Virtualization?
  • 5. Virtualization with KVM
  • 6. What is KVM? KVM stands for Kernel-Based Virtual Machine. Virtualization Infrastructure for the Linux Kernel. Supports Native Virtualization (Intel VT / AMD V) Developed by Qumranet Qumranet bought by Red Hat in 2008. Red Hats Enterprise Virtualization Platform
  • 7. Why KVM?
  • 8. Common Hypervisor Model
  • 9. Issues Hardware becoming increasingly complex Scheduling Operations account for; ◦ Multiple Threads on Core ◦ Multiple Core on Sockets ◦ Multiple Sockets on System Memory Management support Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) Huge investment required for additional capabilities
  • 10. Proposed Alternative A mature scheduler & memory management system already exist – Linux Kernel Add Virtualization Capabilities to the Linux Kernel Bring benefits of the Linux Kernel to the Virtualization environment Dont reinvent the wheel!
  • 11. Linux as a Hypervisor
  • 12. Benefits of using KVM Free $$$ Stable and Fast I/O Performance Less complicated to set up Variety of Open Source Management Tools Available Supports MS Windows Server Editions Available to all major Linux Distros
  • 13. KVM DEMO
  • 14. THANK YOU

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