Estrategias de virtualización en Linux
Virtualization is the technique (or rather, the set of techniques) that allow to share a single computer’s resources so that, for the user, it appears as several independent computers. There are several motivations to virtualize our systems, such as:
- Ease of administration (keeping our installations as simple as possible)
- Isolation/security (limiting the damage a potential attacker can achieve to the smallest possible domain)
- Resource control (avoiding a system failure to consume too many resources in others, leading to a denial of service - Or selling our computer resources by volume)
- High availability (transparent service migration between servers for maintenance tasks)
And a very long etcetera.
Virtualization is not a new technique in computer science, not even in the personal computer world - But there are several factors that have led to its rapid popularization in Linux. Now, there are several techniques through which we can get virtualization.
In this talk, I go over the main virtualization technologies currently available (in Linux and in other operating systems), comparing the strongest and weakest points between several of the available methods, and I present some cases, showing how to resolve several needs.
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Anonymous 2008-11-01 19:56:24
que ingles tan.. bueno.. que
que ingles tan.. bueno.. que puedo decir……