"Red Hat will also be including a KVM-based hypervisor
as part of its next Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) update, RHEL
"By providing both a standalone hypervisor and an integrated
hypervisor in RHEL, Red Hat is aiming to serve two different
markets, Thadani said.
""The standalone hypervisor [is] easy to use and quick to
deploy, and we expect that enterprises that do not have a lot of
Linux expertise and just want to use a virtualization solution
quickly will use the standalone hypervisor," he said. "From that
standpoint, we believe this will be a new market for Red Hat.""
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