KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a Full Virtualization answer for Linux on x86 equipment containing virtualization expansions (Intel VT or AMD-V). It comprises of a loadable piece module, kvm.ko, that gives the center virtualization foundation and a processor particular module, kvm-intel.ko or kvm-amd.ko. KVM additionally requires an adjusted QEMU despite the fact that work is in progress to get the required changes upstream.

Utilizing KVM, one can run different virtual machines running unmodified Linux or Windows pictures. Each virtual machine has private virtualized equipment: a system card, plate, design connector, and so forth.


Operating Systems


VPS Operations

• VPS Create/Delete/Reload OS
• VPS Start/Stop/Reboot
• VPS Backup Configuration
• VPS Restorations
• VPS Action Logs
• IP Management
• VPS Resources Management

Backup and Restore

• VPS Backup Configuration
• Restore VPS Backups
• VPS Node Optimization*
• VPS Transfer

KVM Server Management

• Managing All VMs
• Applying Updates and Patches
• Kernel Upgrades
• Template Installations and Configurations
• Service Optimizations
• Managing and Monitoring VPS Resources
• Managing VPS Templates
• Managing Hardware Node

VPS Node Optimization

• Operating System Optimization
• Hard disk Optimization
• Kernel Optimization (sysctl.conf)
• Binary Striping
• Disk I/O Optimization
• CPU Cycles Management
• Memory Optimization