Why KVM is Winning Over VMware vSphere - DefenseOne

IT organizations are under constant pressure to reduce costs without reducing capabilities. Hypervisors are not immune to that pressure. Those costs have become an enormous issue for every IT organization tasked with doing more with less. KVM is an increasingly popular open source hypervisor. It’s part of the Linux kernel and distributed with Linux. There are no license costs for KVM just as there are no license costs for Linux. Learn about the benefits of KVM… 

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