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Creating snapshots in KVM

Before upgrading a virtual machine, it is recommended to make a snapshot to be able to revert a Domain/VM to a snapshot in case an error occurs during the upgrading process. There is a command to c...
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Nutanix Ready, KVM & RHEV

Nutanix Ready certification achieved by UDS Enterprise, the growing success of KVM Linux hypervisor and the integration of our multiplatform connection broker for Windows & Linux and Red Hat En...
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The promising future for KVM

KVM has made a place for itself among the industry's most outstanding hypervisors for Linux. Currently, this hipervisor is deployed in a wide variety of processor architectures; even in mobile devi...
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Apple, Nutanix Acropolis & Free Software Foundation

The most read topics in our blog during last weeks have been Apple's decision about not renewing VMware's license agreement for server virtualization, UDS Enterprise & Nutanix Acropolis integ...
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QEMU-KVM virtual machines: live migration

Virtual machines live migration is a really interesting topic regarding virtualization, since guests continue growing (more CPUs, more RAM) and uptime demands are the same and long pauses between v...
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Creating Linux virtual machines with KVM

In our post today we explain how to deploy and create KVM virtual machines under Red Hat based distros, such as RHEL, CentOS7 and Fedora 21. First of all, you should make sure that the system has t...
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VDI architecture, XenServer & VMI

The VDI architecture used by the University of Sevilla, the improvements in Citrix XenServer Workload Balancing an the new mobile virtual infrastruture have been the top 3 topics in our blog during...
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KVM management tools and vSphere to oVirt migration

Our analysis about KVM hypervisor management tools and the cost savings by migrating from a desktop virtualization platform with vSphere to another with oVirt have been the most read articles in ou...
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KVM hypervisor management tools: OpenStack

In previous publications we talked about oVirt and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, and today we finish our series of articles about KVM hypervisor management tools talking about OpenStack thanks...
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KVM hypervisor management tools: RHEV

In the first of our posts on KVM hypervisor management tools we talked about oVirt and today we borrow again vMiss.net article to talk about Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV). RHEV is anot...
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KVM hypervisor management tools: oVirt

KVM is a hypervisor included in the main Linux kernel. It is really good as hypervisor, but like all hypervisors, a set of tools is needed to manage it. In this post we talk about one of them, oVir...
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Open Source VDI platforms, Fedora, CentOS & OpenSUSE 13.2

The formula to get rid of proprietary systems to deploy a desktop virtualization platform, the new operating systems supported by UDS Enterprise and OpenSUSE 13.2 in KDE or Gnome desktops have been...
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How to deploy a fully Open Source virtual platform

There are Linux-based (either Debian, SUSE or, of course, Red Hat) desktop virtualization solutions which are fully Open Source. Any modern version of a Linux distribution incorporates support for ...
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OVirt new version & KVM virtual classrooms management

Our team's tips to make the most of the new version of oVirt and the creation and management of virtual classrooms with KVM have been the most read topics in our blog for the last weeks. In case yo...
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Managing and restoring KVM virtual classrooms

At the end of a class, each student has changed many aspects of virtual machines (VM). In order to prepare them for the next class, it is important to be able to return them to its original state a...
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Creating an affordable high-performance virtual classroom

Online learning through virtual classrooms is becoming increasingly widespread. For companies that wish to join this trend, virtualization with KVM is a good option, because that enables you to del...
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