Today I want to talk about virtualization in a more theoretical sense in order that you understand what type of virtualization to choose depending upon your needs.
Throughout the years, virtualization has developed and adjusted to the requirements of clients or potentially the market. This advancement has resulted about various types of virtualization that go well past “exemplary” devices, for example, VMware or VirtualBox, giving us an extensive variety of potential outcomes to browse. Among these types, there are two of them that have turned out to be the most effective of all and the most “creative” in the field of virtualization. These types of virtualization are called level virtualization OS and virtualization Kernel level, despite the fact that they are best known for instruments that make use of such advancements: OpenVZ and KVM (separately).