Virtualization will be big this 2007 and Linux will not be left behind. I wrote about Kernel-Based Virtual Machine (KVM) and OpenVZ. Today, I lead you to a KVM-based benchmark with a video of Windows XP running on KVM-enabled Fedora Core 6 installation.
The benchmark concludes
"While still in the early development stages, KVM shows a real potential. It's fun working with it, and I suppose we'll hear more and more good news about it in the following months. At the time when this technology gets incorporated in the mainstream Linux distributions (in not so distant future) virtualization will become a real commodity. And not only for data centers and server consolidation purposes, but also on linux desktops everywhere. Mostly thanks to a really great work on behalf of QEMU & KVM developers. But, you can start playing with it today…"