KVM stands for Kernel Virtual Machine, which is the best solution for Linux virtualization. It is an in-built application for virtualization in Linux systems. It contains a processor specific module and a loadable kernel module. It allows the users to execute multiple virtual machines. Every virtual machine contains virtualized hardware like graphics adapter, disk and network card. Automatic NUMA balancing and disk I/O throttling are some of the unique features of KVM.

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