SMA 10.2 Getting Started Guide for KVM


KVM, or Kernel-based Virtual Machine, is a software module that allows Linux to operate as a hypervisor. QEMU, or Quick Emulator, allows guest operating systems to run on the KVM hypervisor and supports virtualization where applications that execute in the user space can achieve near-native speeds through full virtualization or paravirtualization.

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