Nuro operates on KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine), backed by Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an open source module for the Linux kernel that allows the creation of emulated/virtualized hardware, which can be used to boot virtual machines.
KVM is commonly known as a Hypervisor, and KVM has been ported to various processor architectures including the fast-rising ARM. KVM is currently the most popular hypervisor with both users and service providers.
KVM allows for paravirtualization, which allows a Hypervisor to give a guest virtual machine access to certain physical hardware including disks, NICs and Video Adapters. This kind of flexibility helps you to create the perfect virtual solution for you or your client’s requirement.
Virtualization software KVM offers secure, fully isolated virtualization, dedicated memory. applications, custom kernels, ip addresses and processes. KVM provides an extremely reliable level of performance.
The KVM Hypervisor allows for custom kernels to be completely separated from the host node. Whenever you need to add or remove a module from your Linux kernel, you can do so with ease.