What is a Kernel based Virtual Machine (KVM)?

Definition of Kernel based Virtual Machine (KVM)

Kernel based virtual machine (KVM) is a virtualization infrastructure for Linux family of operating systems. It utilizes Linux OS kernel and is designed to create / deliver virtual machines on x86 based processor architecture.

Brief Description of Kernel based Virtual Machine

Kernel based virtual machine primarily is a hypervisor application that Read Full Definition

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