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Virtuozzo

OS virtualization software under the Odin brand from Parallels IP Holdings GmbH that partitions a Windows or Linux server into multiple execution environments (virtual environments). Based on Docker containers, Virtuozzo is noted for its performance and virtualization density (hundreds of apps can run simultaneously). See OS virtualization.

OpenVZ
OpenVZ is an open source version of Virtuozzo only for Linux servers. OpenVZ is supported by the company as well as the OpenVZ community. Over time, Virtuozzo may include enhancements to OpenVZ. For more information, visit www.openvz.org.
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Virtuozzo is a contributor to many open source projects including OpenVZ, CRIU, KVM, Docker, OpenStack and the Linux kernel, and maintains partnerships with Docker, OpenStack, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Open Container Initiative, and The Linux Foundation.
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An alternative is a lightweight virtualization, such as OpenVZ (Hu, G.
Operating Virtualization System Mechanism Linux Docker LXC OpenVZ Solaris Solaris Zones FreeBSD FreeBSD Jails AIX AIX Workload Partitions HP-UX HP-UX Containers (SRP) Windows Sandboxie Operating Link for Further Information (last access 30th June 2014): System Linux http://www.docker.io http://linuxcontainers.org http://openvz.org Solaris http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26502_01/html/E29024/toc.html FreeBSD http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook /jails.html AIX http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/aix/library/au-workload /index.html HP-UX https://h20392.www2.hp.com/portal/swdepot/displayProductInfo .do?productNumber-HP-UX-SRP Windows http://www.sandboxie.com
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For early adopters and advanced technologists who want to test virtualization technology on the latest beta build of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (SLES10) and OpenSUSE 10.1, the OpenVZ project has released its operating system level server virtualization software technology, in the form of a kernel build.
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