Fedora Virtualization Made Easy Using Fedora 7

When virtualization is implemented, several operating systems can run in a single computer all at the same time. This process has become the trend today since it allows maximum usage and leverage on the CPU and the capacity of one’s server system. One advantage of implementing virtualization is while several operating systems stability is assured in your system.  If one guest system crashes, you can be sure that other guest systems and the host system will not crash as well. They can go on running and not get affected by the crash in one system. There’s also no need for to configure a dual boot environment. So if, for instance, one is running Fedora he can try Ubuntu without having to shut down Fedora and boot Fedora. What one merely has to do is just to start up the virtualized Fedora. Fedora virtualization can be taken up in several ways. One can do it through VMware and he can also do it through KVM. Xen is also one of the most popular technologies on Fedora.

A good thing about Fedora is that since it is from Linux so it’s an open-source software. It’s free so one wouldn’t have to buy the software. Simply download Fedora. Of course, one has to shell a minimal amount to get a DVD copy from someone. If virtualization is done using Fedora 7, it would easier since virtualization is already built in with it. This is in contrast to using VMware server which one would have to get separately from the operating server. It’s more convenient and less costly.