The Linux Foundation has recently announced that it would be developing its own virtual machine monitoring software.
Indeed, alongside some of the world’s biggest technology firms, the Foundation is working on hosting the Cloud Hypervisor project and delivering a Virtual Machine Monitor for modern cloud workloads.
The software will have a strong focus on security and modern operation for the cloud. It will feature CPU, memory and device hotplug, as well as support for running both Windows and Linux guests.
As virtual servers have grown in importance, it is vital to use more virtual machine monitoring and have the necessary tools to allow businesses to keep track of their servers and guest virtual machines.
Besides, performance monitoring and virtual environment health are essential for businesses that want to build hybrid environments for running virtual, cloud, and on-premises infrastructure for their workloads.