[CentOS] virtualisation

Wed Feb 5 01:49:02 UTC 2014
Yanis Guenane <yguenane at gmail.com>

On 02/04/2014 02:38 AM, John R Pierce wrote:
> On 2/3/2014 1:31 PM, Ridhwaan Mayet wrote:
>> I run a small company and I would like to virtualise our setup. My internet
>> provider offers a cloud server running CentOS. The server is managed by
>> vmware software, they haven't been able to tell me exactly what. I wanted
>> to know is it possible to virtualise such a setup, and Have CentOS running
>> as the virtual OS that every client sees. Is there a solution similar to
>> vmware view + client for CentOS servers?
> wait, if your ISP is already virtualizing your internet server, I'm not
> sure what you're asking?
> do you want to run your own hardware server and host virtual machines
> for your customers/clients ?  then, yes, KVM + virt-manager is a good
> solution.
> you can't run virtualization under an already virtualized environment.
This isn't true. You can run KVM on KVM, you just need to enable 
embedded KVM.
I don't know how it works with VMWare hypervisor, but I know it's 
possible with kvm.
> btw, it sounds like your ISP is using vmware esxi as the hypervisor, but
> thats just an educated guess based on the minimal intel given.
Yanis Guenane