VM Platform Architecture
Uses a cloud-native and loosely coupled architecture that separates the frontend and backend; supports single-node deployment that requires only 4 CPU cores and 8 GB memory as well as multi-node deployment; independent of the infrastructure and compatible with physical and virtual machines that support virtualization; supports running on both x86 and ARM64 architectures.
Virtual Machine Management Features
As an enterprise-grade virtualization platform, KSV provides an easy-to-use web console, helping users quickly achieve enterprise hardware resource virtualization.
Quickly obtain summary information about cluster nodes and status of each node.
IP Pool Management
Create and delete IP pools for VM network and IP address management.
Create and delete VMs, use VM snapshots, and remotely log in to VMs.
Manage system images used for VM creation.
Manage VM disks, use disk snapshots, and expand disk capacity.
Separate resources into projects and control user permissions based on user roles.
VM Platform Usage Scenarios
Lightweight, flexible, and easy to deliver – based on the Kubernetes cloud-native framework, KSV can be easily integrated with various external software and hardware systems into enterprise-grade solutions.
Individual users can set up virtualization environments on PCs for new technology learning, application development, software testing, and bug simulation.
Use multiple VMs to simulate a network environment for testing; use VMs with different OSs to perform cross-platform development to fully utilize physical resources, improve efficiency, reduce costs, and simplify management.
Edge Computing and Big Data AI
Deploy KSV on a single node or multiple nodes based on the x86 or ARM64 architecture; integrate KSV with IoT devices and use AI algorithms and applications to achieve local data processing and ultra-low delay.