Open source software is essentially free, and it is not generally encumbered by the software license models of proprietary software.
According to me below Five open source tools for building and managing clouds are Amazing & very Useful.
A number of open source tools have already had a huge impact on cloud computing: , for example. But there are other important open source offerings that can benefit cloud users. These include
KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is an open source hypervisor for Linux running on x86 hardware. It contains virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). With KVM, you can run multiple virtual machines (VMs) running unmodified Linux or Windows images. KVM is an upstream hypervisor, sitting in the Linux kernel that converts the kernel into a bare metal hypervisor. Being upstream means that every Linux distribution ships with KVM. As the Linux kernel gets updates, KVM takes advantage of them automatically…
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