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Hypervisors, virtualization, and the cloud: Dive into the Xen hypervisor
This article describes the features, deployment processes, and VM management issues for the Xen hypervisor. Xen started as a virtual-machine monitor for IA-32, x86-64, Itanium, and ARM architectures. It allows several guest operating systems to execute on the same computer hardware concurrently. Xen systems have a structure with the Xen hypervisor as the lowest and most privileged layer.
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Articles 23 Sep 2011
Hypervisors, virtualization, and the cloud: Dive into the PowerVM hypervisor
This article details the features, deployment processes, and VM management issues for the PowerVM hypervisor. PowerVM is a feature of the IBM POWER5, POWER6, and POWER7 servers and support is provided for it on IBM i, AIX, and Linux operating systems.
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Hypervisors, virtualization, and the cloud: Dive into the VMware ESX Server hypervisor
This article describes the features, deployment processes, and VM management issues for the VMware ESX Server hypervisor. VMware ESX Server is a "bare metal" embedded hypervisor which runs directly on server hardware without requiring an additional underlying operating system.
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Hypervisors, virtualization, and the cloud: Dive into the z/VM hypervisor
This article describes the features, deployment processes, and VM management issues for the z/VM hypervisor. z/VM is the current version of IBM's virtual machine operating systems, z/VM runs on IBM's zSeries and can be used to support large numbers (thousands) of Linux virtual machines.
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Hypervisors, virtualization, and the cloud: Dive into the KVM hypervisor
This article describes the features, deployment processes, and VM management issues for the KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) hypervisor. KVM is a virtualization infrastructure for the Linux kernel that supports native virtualization on processors with hardware virtualization extensions. Originally, it supported x86 processors, but it now supports a wide variety of processors and guest operating systems including many variations of Linux, BSD, Solaris, Windows, Haiku, ReactOS, and the AROS Research Operating System (there's even a modified version of Qemu that can use KVM to run Mac OS X).
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Hypervisors, virtualization, and the cloud: Learn about hypervisors, system virtualization, and how it works in a cloud environment
Read about hypervisor types and system virtualization in the first article of this series. This series starts with a background on hypervisor types, system virtualization, and then offers a look at the features of five hypervisors, their deployment processes, and the management issues you might encounter.
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