What is Linux Virtualization?

Definition of Linux Virtualization

The concept of Linux virtualization basically refers to operating one or multiple virtual machines over a single hardware computer system operated by the Linux operating system in order to utilize the resources effectively.

How Linux Virtualization does works?

The resources of computing systems are most often under-utilized.

In order to utilize the resources like memory, processing power etc. we use the concept of Linux virtualization. The computing systems with Linux operating systems allow one or more virtual machines to run and utilize their underutilized resources.

How and where Linux Virtualization is used?

Linux Virtualization is used to consolidate the unutilized resources of powerful computing systems effectively.

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