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Proxmox - Virtualization Platform

  •    C

Proxmox Virtual Environment is a powerful Open Source Server Virtualization Platform, based on KVM and OpenVZ. It gives you near-bare-metal performance and leading scalability for your workloads. You can virtualize even the most demanding application workloads. It supports 32 bit and 64 bit Windows and Linux servers.

runtime - OCI (Open Containers Initiative) compatible runtime using Virtual Machines

  •    Go

cc-runtime is the next generation of Intel® Clear Containers runtime. This tool, henceforth referred to simply as "the runtime", builds upon the virtcontainers project to provide a high-performance standards-compliant runtime that creates hardware-virtualized containers which leverage Intel's VT-x technology.

cc-oci-runtime - OCI (Open Containers Initiative) compatible runtime for Intel® Architecture

  •    C

Now that the next-generation runtime has been released, this project is now in maintenance mode. All users are encouraged to switch to the new cc-runtime runtime. Installation and upgrade information is available on the new runtime's wiki.

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.




Virtlyst - Web interface to manage virtual machines with libvirt

  •    Javascript

Don't let your virtualization management use more resources than you main virtualized needs.

node-libvirt - libvirt bindings for google v8 javascript engine (nodejs addon)

  •    C++

Node-Libvirt is a set of bindings to Libvirt API, which allows to use it from Javascript. You must have NodeJS and Libvirt already installed to be able to build node-libvirt.





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