KVM Valuable Features
The solution is really easy to use. Basically, it takes just a few command-line statements to install and have it set up and running. From there, you can use the virtual manager, which is command-line. However, there's also a graphical user interface for it. It's just really easy to use. all-around
If you prefer command-line, there are all kinds of command-line options. You can pretty much run and manage all of the virtual machines straight from the command line, or you can use the practical user interface and do the same thing.
I noticed that there are even other services like Multitask. You can use Multitask on KVM.View full review »
The GUI interface makes the management of KVM easier than ever before.
The performance of this solution is great.View full review »
I like that this is an open-source solution. It is very powerful, and it's easy.
When you install Hypervisor with KVM, you can transform it into a server with the graphical QEME in minutes, then look at what you have and remove all graphical things and then you can restore what you had originally.View full review »
The solution is very light when you are putting your Operating System on it. You forget that there's a virtual layer on your solution. You are using it as if it was a whole computer. It's like having an entire computer that you've launched and have running with the Operating System that you need to work with.View full review »
Founder at a retailer with 1-10 employees
It is easy to use, stable, and flexible. It is a pretty mature product, and it is faster than VirtualBox.View full review »
Principal Engineer at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
simplicity of installationView full review »