What is OpenVZ?
Virtuozzo leverages OpenVZ as its core of a virtualization solution offered by Virtuozzo company. Virtuozzo is optimized for hosters and offers hypervisor (VMs in addition to containers), distributed cloud storage, dedicated support, management tools, and easy installation.
OpenVZ is a tool in the Virtual Machine Platforms & Containers category of a tech stack.
OpenVZ is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to OpenVZ's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses OpenVZ?
4 developers on StackShare have stated that they use OpenVZ.
Why developers like OpenVZ?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use OpenVZ
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- A container (CT) looks and behaves like a regular Linux system. It has standard startup scripts
- Software from vendors can run inside a container without OpenVZ-specific modifications or adjustment
- A user can change any configuration file and install additional software
- Containers are completely isolated from each other (file system, processes, Inter Process Communication (IPC), sysctl variables)
- Processes belonging to a container are scheduled for execution on all available CPUs
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