Sander van Vugt is an independent trainer and consultant living in the Netherlands. Van Vugt is an expert in Linux high availability, virtualization and performance and has completed several projects that implement all three. Sander is also a regular speaker on many Linux conferences all over the world. He is also the writer of various Linux-related books, such as Beginning the Linux Command Line, Beginning Ubuntu Server Administration and Pro Ubuntu Server Administration.
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Contributions from Sander van Vugt
- Breaking down how VLAN tagging works in KVM
- How QEMU works behind the scenes with KVM
- Is it time to switch to a VMware alternative?
- Newest RHEV update paints a picture for the future
- Red Hat embraces containers in RHEL 7
- How to add VMs to your KVM HA cluster
- KVM high availability on a budget
- Where Xen stands in the open source virtualization world
- How to create KVM bridged networking
- Libguestfs' virt-sysprep makes VM deployment simple
- How to manage virtual machine storage with virsh
- Taking control of LXC resources with cgroups
- Libguestfs tools offer a variety of options for your VM files
- Bettering KVM virtual machine performance with huge pages
- RHEV 3.3 is a change of focus for Red Hat
- The best way to create KVM snapshots
- For quick KVM virtualization, skip the management platform
- KVM virtual disks: Files or raw devices?
- The case for OS-level high availability
- Virsh command basics