Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM)
Definition - What does Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM) mean?
KVM is developed by Red Hat Corporation to provide a virtualization solution and services on the Linux operating system platform. KVM is designed over the primary Linux OS kernel.
Techopedia explains Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM)
KVM supports multiple different guest operating system images including Linux Kernel, Windows, BSD and Solaris. It also allocates separate virtualized computing resources for each virtual machine such as the processor, storage, memory, etc.
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