KSV uses a cloud-native architecture that decouples the front-end and back-end services. In this architecture, modules are loosely coupled. You can install KSV on a single node that uses a minimum specification of 4 CPU cores and 8 GB memory. KSV can free you from understanding the underlying infrastructure and supports virtualization for x86 and ARM64 architectures.
KSV is an enterprise-grade virtualization platform that provides an easy-to-use web console to help enterprise users virtualize hardware resources.
Summarize information about cluster nodes and obtain the status of each node.
IP Pool Management
Create or delete IP pools to manage VM networks and IP addresses.
Create or delete VMs, use VM snapshots, and remotely connect to VMs.
Manage system images that are used to create VMs.
Manage VM disks, use disk snapshots, and expand disk capacity.
Allocate resources to different projects and manage user permissions based on roles.
KSV offers lightweight, flexible, and simplified delivery. Built on top of the cloud-native Kubernetes architecture, KSV can integrate with various external software and hardware to provide enterprise-grade solutions in different scenarios.
Create virtual environments on PCs for new technology learning, application development, software testing, and bug simulation. This scenario applies to individual users.
Use multiple VMs to simulate a network environment for testing. Use VMs that run on different OSs to develop across platforms. This helps you improve the utilization of physical resources, make development efficient, reduce costs, and simplify management.
Big Data and AI for Edge Computing
Install KSV on a single node or multiple nodes. Integrate KSV with IoT devices and use AI algorithms and applications to process data as close to the originating source as possible. This achieves ultra-low latency.