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Linux Foundation Promotes KVM Open Source Cloud Virtualization

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This news is the latest sign of just how far open source virtualization, and KVM in particular, have come in a relatively short time. KVM has been around in its current form only since 2008, which makes it much younger than other virtualization codebases, like the one for VMware's (VMW) suite of products, or even Xen, another popular open source hypervisor. And KVM's maturity as a production-ready solution for the enterprise is an even more recent phenomenon.

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