KVM is a Linux virtualization technology that’s used in many virtualization solutions such as Proxmox, Virtualizor and SolusVM. All major Linux systems like RedHat, CentOS, Debian and Ubuntu have in-built support for KVM.
Bobcares helps VPS providers and server owners setup and maintain virtualization systems through our Server Management services. A common error found during the initial setup of KVM is “Could not access KVM kernel module“. (more…)
Surveys indicate that 70% of online businesses adopt server virtualization solutions to reduce their costs . But many times, the virtualization software costs outweigh this cost-benefit. That is where open source server virtualization technologies make a difference.
Choosing the right virtualization technology includes review of factors such as cost, features, security and performance. Recently we were contacted by a hosting provider who wanted to sell cheap VPS plans to SMBs. In this post we’ll discuss our design considerations to implement a server virtualization solution that was affordable, feature-rich, easily scalable and secure. (more…)
“This code works fine on my computer, but not on the live server!”, programmers often complain to IT system administrators. This happens when the environments in these servers do not match. As a result, projects often get delayed.
To avoid compatibility issues, development and production server software has to be identical. DevOps aims to achieve this using configuration management and automated deployment.
With our DevOps service plan, Bobcares helps businesses deliver projects on time. We automate the DevOps cycle for fast deployment of application code on the servers. We help to create and maintain a uniform configuration for different server environments.
“Its all saved in the cloud“.
Nowadays, you hear this all around. From selfie pics to corporate big data, all data is now being increasingly stored in cloud systems. Given a choice, people tend to choose cloud based systems for their business, rather than traditional dedicated servers. This new interest in cloud systems is driving hosting providers world over to adopt cloud technology.
Sometimes, one is just not enough. When you’ve got one server with rocketing performance, you could very well make the maximum utilization of it.
Obviously, I’m talking about Server Virtualization. We’ve had quite a lot of products out there in the market. Many of them proprietary and a few, free. I have read once, “A nice product which is free is better than a great product which costs.“
But today, my choice is one awesome product which is free, and is absolutely fabulous. I’m going to talk about my own favorite Server Virtualization Solution- KVM.