As an open-source solution, the KVM hypervisor enables customers control in the management and features of their on-premises and private clouds.
Teradici, the creator of industry-leading PCoIP (PC-over-IP) technology and Cloud Access Software, has announced support for kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) hypervisor technology to enable customers more control and flexibility in hosting and managing their virtual desktops.
KVM is an open-source virtualization technology that offers a cost-effective and flexible alternative solution for customers using private clouds to host virtual machines.
The addition of KVM support to Teradici Cloud Access Software has broadened the range of choices the company offers to its customers.
According to Teradici CEO David Smith, adding KVM support to Cloud Access Software provides greater flexibility and enables customers to tailor infrastructure to meet their specific needs.
Built on industry-leading PCoIP technology, Cloud Access Software delivers high-performance virtual workstations from any public cloud or data center to a variety of endpoint devices.
Benefits of adding KVM support
KVM hypervisor offers choice of management tools and expands multicloud deployment options. It also enables customers control in the management and features of their on-premises and private clouds.
In addition, it provides opportunities for system integrators and OEMs to tailor and augment their offerings to meet specific customer requirements.
Teradici used Red Hat’s KVM-based technologies to test and qualify its new KVM support.
KVM support is available now to subscribers in the beta release of Cloud Access Software 2019. General availability is scheduled for May 2019.