Virtualization with KVM
With the introduction of KVM into the Linux kernel, future Linux distributions will have built-in support for virtualization, giving them an edge over other operating systems. There will be no need for any dual-boot installation in the future, because all the applications you require could be run directly from the Linux desktop. KVM is just one more of the many existing open-source hypervisors, reaffirming that open source has been instrumental to the progress of virtualization technology.
Irfan Habib is student of software engineering at the National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan. He loves to code in Python, which he finds to be one of the most productive languages ever developed.
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