Speaker: Prasad Pandit, Developer Red Hat
KVM, kernel based virtualization, turns the Linux kernel into an
hypervisor to provide full virtualization services. There is great deal
of work that happens in the background to create a guest environment
and provide various services securely.In this session we'll peek into the background to understand
how a KVM x86 guest environment comes to be, how/where do various
emulated peripherals fit in and how do they interacts with each-other,
the hypervisor and the hardware.
We'll also see examples of the the KVM Virtualization deployments
and the value it has brought to businesses.
Room: Training room 4-3
Track: Kernel & Platform
Date: Friday, 23rd March, 2018
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