Intel's Cloud-Hypervisor 0.14 Brings Improvements For MSHV, AArch64
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 27 March 2021 at 12:00 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Released on Friday was Cloud-Hypervisor 0.14, the Intel-led open-source effort creating a Rust-based and cloud-focused multi-platform hypervisor.

This open-source VMM continues to leverage KVM on Linux but with its growing support also is seeing improvements for Microsoft Hyper-V (MSHV) support too. Cloud-Hypervisor continues making use of the Rust-VMM crates while maintaining guiding principles of high performance and security/cloud minded.

The Cloud-Hypervisor 0.14 release brings a new option to provide JSON-based event monitoring for VMs, Hyper-V / MSHV improvements, better 64-bit ARM (AArch64) support, documentation improvements, block device rate limiting support, and other enhancements.

Those wanting to learn more about Cloud-Hypervisor 0.14 can visit the GitHub project site.
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