Why KubeVirt ?
KubeVirt technology addresses the needs of development teams that have adopted or want to adopt Kubernetes but possess existing Virtual Machine-based workloads that cannot be easily containerized.
More specifically, the technology provides a unified development platform where developers can build, modify, and deploy applications residing in both Application Containers as well as Virtual Machines in a common, shared environment.
Benefits are broad and significant. Teams with a reliance on existing virtual machine-based workloads are empowered to rapidly containerize applications.
With virtualized workloads placed directly in development workflows, teams can decompose them over time while still leveraging remaining virtualized components as is comfortably desired.
Get Started with KubeVirt v0.4.1
Leverage KubeVirt and Kubernetes to manage virtual machines for applications that are impractical to containerize due to technical limitations or lack of resources.
Combining existing virtualized workloads with new container workloads on the same platform, thereby making it easier to decompose monolithic virtualized workloads into containers over time.
Supporting development of new microservice applications in containers that interact with existing virtualized applications.
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A first look at using gluster cloning with kubevirt
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How User Access Control works in KubeVirt
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In this post we will go over the objects provided by KubeVirt
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