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    Embretsen, Axel
    Mid Sweden University, Faculty of Science, Technology and Media, Department of Information Systems and Technology.
    Implementation av virtualiseringstjänst: Skillnader eller brist på det gällande hypervisorer2017Independent thesis Basic level (university diploma), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    There is a lot to consider when implementing a virtualization service and if you make a mistake you might have to pay for it later since migrating virtual machines from the system and technologies you are currently using to the new one can be a troublesome task.

    The aim of this project is to compare different technologies for virtualization, mainly hypervisors to see how they differ in features and performance (or how they don't) in order to better understand which technology is appropriate for what to be able to better recommend how a virtualization service should be implemented.

    To accomplish this I set up a single host machine which is to host two different virtual servers: a web server with high requirements for security and a video conference server with high quality requirements.

    The host was to have six different configurations doing this each using a different hypervisor.

    But due to hardware constrains half of the configurations had to be dropped leaving the ones using KVM, Xen and LXD.

    To better understand the security and quality requirements that the virtualization service and its components should meet I created a poll I sent to people in the industry to gather information. It did yield some interesting info but was lacking in details and it was hard to use it for any comparisons.

    In the end the comparisons showed that in most cases it makes little difference what hypervisor you use, and in the other cases it was a bit hard to tell what to make of it.

    As for security and quality there were some minor differences but of little importance.

    LXD does show some smaller advantages for specific situations but at the cost of being unable to run non-Linux virtual machines.

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