When there are only a few days left to say goodbye to this unusual year, we have compiled the Top 5 of the most read articles in our blog in 2020. As you may know, we strive to keep our readers up-to-date with the most outstanding news about virtualization in general, desktop and application virtualization in particular, Open Source technologies, and announcements, news, and case studies with UDS Enterprise, our software for VDI, vApp and remote access to physical and virtual machines.
During this atypical summer our blog has received thousands of visits from people interested in finding out about news related to the virtualization sector in general, VDI in particular, interesting topics such as free and Open Source technologies and the latest news from UDS Enterprise, our connection broker for desktop and application virtualization.
Intel has released a new version of Cloud Hypervisor, an Open Source virtual machine monitor (VMM) that runs on KVM. This new release includes support for vhost-user-blk backends. This allows users to plug av host-user based block device (for example, SPDK) to be connected to the hypervisor as a back-end of paravirtualized storage.
Before upgrading a virtual machine, it is recommended to make a snapshot to be able to revert a Domain/VM to a snapshot in case an error occurs during the upgrading process. There is a command to create a snapshot of a Virtual Machine (VM) while it is running.
Nutanix Ready certification achieved by UDS Enterprise, the growing success of KVM Linux hypervisor and the integration of our multiplatform connection broker for Windows & Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) have been the most read posts in our blog during the last two weeks.
Find below the link to these topics in case you dind’t have the chance to read them yet: