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KVM Services

Remote working has brought on many challenges for businesses, even ones that were already in a remote working environment. Virtualization has become even more popular in the last few years, but how do you take advantage of it? Is it worth it?

Businesses of all sizes can benefit from implementing the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) into their network architecture. Built into Linux, KVM allows multiple users to run their applications and projects through a virtual machine.

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Experts in Linux and KVM

At Atiba, our staff consists of qualified professionals who all have diverse technology expertise. Our team members have been seamlessly incorporating KVM into businesses to help them boost the efficiency of their workplace for over a decade.

Support When You Need It

Some facet of your technology will inevitably experience an issue at some point. Our support team will be there for you whenever these problems occur to get your systems back up and running so you can get back to work.

Half Geek, Half Human

Linux and virtual machines, such as KVM, are complex technologies that most individuals can’t understand. We take the complexity out of technology and present things in a way that anyone could understand.

Why KVM?

There are vast numbers of virtualization technologies out there, with numerous others in development. So why choose KVM over an alternative?

Limitless Customization

No two companies’ needs are identical, so customizability is vital to keep in mind when looking at solutions for virtualization. Customization is one of KVM’s specialties.

KVM has an easily accessible source code that can be manipulated and enhanced to suit your company’s needs better. It was designed with modification in mind so that companies with diverse sets of needs could benefit from its implementation.

Cost of Total Ownership is Low

In comparison to other virtualization systems, KVM consistently requires less total funding over time. KVM is often included in operating systems that are open-sourced, which means that initial licensing fees are not necessary.

KVM Is Fast

Speed is a significant factor to consider when deciding what virtualization technology to use at your company, and KVM has plenty of it. The KVM kernel divides longer computer processes into several smaller portions that are then processed at a much faster rate, reducing the overall time required.

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