July 19, 2014 · 4:00 PM
Do you feel that your system is accumulating lots of unnecessary packages because you experiment with a lot of new open source software?
Have you faced this issue that during deployment you see that something doesn't work in production because your production environment and development environment are different?
Are you afraid to try out new software because it could break your system?
In this session, we discuss the use of KVM and virt-manager to build a cloud-like development environment that is close to the production environment. At jnaapti, we have been following this practice since the beginning and it has helped us in catching deployment related issues early.
If my host is windows & I run ubuntu as my guest machine (on virtual box), will I able to run KVM inside guest?
Answer: No, but you can run qemu, but it's going to be slow as it needs 2 levels of virtualization.
You need a Linux host. We recommend having Ubuntu/Fedora Desktop as your host. Also, you need a processor with virtualization support. Intel i3, i5 or i7 are fine.
You shouldn't have UEFI or Virtualization disabled in your BIOS.
Note: RSVP only if you are 100% sure of attending the event else Give an opportunity to the genuinely interested.
Registration Form: goo.gl/6rGcIq ( Fill this form only if you haven't filled anytime earlier!)
Registration Fee: Free of cost
Who should attend this?
Beginners to virtualization technologies