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How to implement KVM with other guest systems.

Toshaan Bharvani (tab@toshaan.be)

KVM is the new default virtualization technology used in Redhat based Linux distributions. A short overview on how to technology works. An explanation on how to implement virtual systems, using the default tools included in Redhat based Linux distributions. How to build server or desktop images, both Linux and Windows. How to implement the networking connections and how to secure the connections. A short overview of the benefits of these implementation and some drawbacks. The portability of these systems and how to migrate the systems amongst physical machines. This takes us more into how this implementation can grow to the next step and create a private cloud infrastructure for workstations. Audience : People using virtualization, switchers from other virtualization technologies or newbies



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