Intel's Cloud-Hypervisor 0.5 Released With Kata Containers Support, Other Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Intel on 8 February 2020 at 04:16 AM EST. Add A Comment
INTEL --
Intel's open-source group continues working on Cloud-Hypervisor as a Rustlang-written hypervisor for modern Linux VMs and building off the shoulders of Google's CrosVM, Firecracker, and Rust-VMM. Cloud-Hypervisor 0.5 was released on Friday as a big update to this cloud-centered hypervisor.

First up, Cloud-Hypervisor 0.5 now integrates support for Kata Containers. This hypervisor can now work fully with Kata Containers, formerly Clear Containers, another Intel-led initiative.

Cloud-Hypervisor 0.5 also adds support for virtual machine dynamic resizing, multi-queue multi-threaded paravirtualization, and there is a new interrupt management framework.

More details on Intel's open-source Cloud-Hypervisor 0.5 via GitHub.
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