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v86 - x86 virtualization in JavaScript, running in your browser and NodeJS

  •    Javascript

See API. wget -P images/ https://copy.sh/v86/images/{linux.iso,linux3.iso,kolibri.img,windows101.img,os8.dsk,freedos722.img,openbsd.img}.

drakvuf - DRAKVUF Black-box Binary Analysis

  •    C

DRAKVUF is a virtualization based agentless black-box binary analysis system. DRAKVUF allows for in-depth execution tracing of arbitrary binaries (including operating systems), all without having to install any special software within the virtual machine used for analysis. DRAKVUF uses hardware virtualization extensions found in Intel CPUs. You will need an Intel CPU with virtualization support (VT-x) and with Extended Page Tables (EPT). DRAKVUF is not going to work on any other CPUs (such as AMD) or on Intel CPUs without the required virtualization extensions.

vic - Integrated containers engine on vSphere

  •    Go

vSphere Integrated Containers Engine (VIC Engine) is a container runtime for vSphere, allowing developers familiar with Docker to develop in containers and deploy them alongside traditional VM-based workloads on vSphere clusters, and allowing for these workloads to be managed through the vSphere UI in a way familiar to existing vSphere admins.See VIC Engine Architecture for a high level overview.

doc-sle - Official SUSE Linux Enterprise documentation

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This is the source for the official SUSE Linux Enterprise and openSUSE Leap documentation. Released versions of the SLE documentation are published at https://www.suse.com/documentation/, the openSUSE Leap documentation can be found at http://doc.opensuse.org/.




karesansui - Karesansui is an open-source virtualization management application made in Japan.

  •    Python

Karesansui is an open-source virtualization management application made in Japan. Karesansui requires (or is dependent on) other software.

vga-passthrough - Up to date (2018) reference for setting up a VGA passthrough on (Ubuntu) Linux.

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This repository includes my notes for setting up a VGA Passthrough on a Linux machine (it's targeted to Ubuntu; more advanced users can adapt it to other distributions). VGA passthrough is a setup which allows virtualized environments (QEMU, in this case) to perform 3D acceleration at near native speed.

windows-ova - Self-Installing Windows OVA. Automate and distribute Windows as an OVA.

  •    Shell

This is an Virtual Machine in OVA format that will install Windows ontop of itself. I wrote this as an alternative to packer. This OVA basically downloads the evaluation version of the Windows version you select to one drive as installation media and then installs onto the primary drive. After this is done, the smaller secondary drive can be discarded to save disk space. If the default size of the primary drive is not large enough, it should be resized BEFORE booting the OVA for the first time. This OVA supports being repackaged with an ISO for further customization. Simply add at least one file, install.cmd to an iso and attach it before booting the OVA for the first time. The system will boot up, and copy the contents of the iso to the secondary drive, display a message to the user upon success, then shutdown. The VM can be exported as a OVA now for redistribution.

Jiny-Kernel - JINY Kernel (Jana's tINY os) : Kernel designed from ground up for superior performance on cloud

  •    HTML

JINY is a cloud os designed from ground up for superior performance on virtual machine. More details of the Benchmarks are available at Jiny-Benchmarks..


libvirt-rpc - Pure rust implementation of libvirt protocol (no C bindings required) 🔥🔥🔥

  •    Rust

Pure rust implementation of libvirt protocol (no C bindings required). This repository contains xdr protocol definitions from libvirt repository licensed under LGPL. IANAL, but it seems like it makes it LGPL.

community - Community content

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Here you can find community content around KubeVirt.

demo - Easy to use KubeVirt demo based on minikube.

  •    Shell

This demo assumes that minikube (0.28+) (or minishift) is configured and running as described below and that kubectl available on your system. If not, then please take a look at the guide below. The initial deployment can take a long time, because a number of containers have to be pulled from the internet. Use watch kubectl get --all-namespaces pods to monitor the progress.

user-guide - This user guide will walk you through installation and various features.

  •    HTML

KubeVirt is a Kubernetes add-on to run virtual machines (VirtualMachineInstances) on a Kubernetes cluster. This document is intended for users, and will guide you through installation and various features.

libhermit - A Unikernel for Extreme-Scale Computing

  •    C

The project HermitCore is a new unikernel targeting a scalable and predictable runtime for high-performance and cloud computing. HermitCore extends the multi-kernel approach (like McKernel) with unikernel features for a better programmability and scalability for hierarchical systems. On the startup of HermitCore applications, cores are isolated from the Linux system enabling bare-metal execution of on these cores. This approach achieves lower OS jitter and a better scalability compared to full-weight kernels. Inter-kernel communication between HermitCore applications and the Linux system is realized by means of an IP interface.

libhermit-rs - A Rust-based Unikernel for Cloud and High-Performance Computing

  •    Rust

HermitCore is a new unikernel targeting a scalable and predictable runtime for high-performance and cloud computing. HermitCore extends the multi-kernel approach (like McKernel) with unikernel features for a better programmability and scalability for hierarchical systems. We decided to develop a version of the kernel in Rust called HermitCore-rs. We promise that this will make it easier to maintain and extend our kernel. All code beside the kernel can still be developed in your preferred language (C/C++/Go/Fortran).

oswitch - Provides access to complex Bioinformatics software (even BioLinux!) in just one command.

  •    Ruby

The net effect is similar to entering "virtual environment" on the host system containing specific versions of software of interest. oswitch first requires a working docker installation.