Anatomy of a Linux hypervisor An introduction to KVM and Lguest

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Hypervisors do for operating systems what operating systems roughly do for processes. They provide isolated virtual hardware platforms for execution that in turn provide the illusion of full access to the underlying machine. But not all hypervisors are the same, which is a good thing, because Linux is about flexibility and choice. This article begins with a… (More)

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@inproceedings{Jones2017AnatomyOA, title={Anatomy of a Linux hypervisor An introduction to KVM and Lguest}, author={M. Tim Jones}, year={2017} }