Promox Server Solutions GmbH headquartered in Vienna, Austria announced to have joined the Linux Foundation, a non-profit technology institution founded 2007 supporting the development of Linux and open sources companies. Promox produces Proxmox Virtual Environment, an open source virtualization management solution that leverages KVM technologies.
The Linux Foundation also announced the names of other companies working on cloud enabling technologies that joined the organization, a part from Proxmox Server Solutions also Autonomic Resources, Bloombase, BlueCat Networks, op5, Scale Computing and 6WIND. All of them are going to participate in the OVA, Open Virtualization Alliance, which is working to promote Kernel based Virtual Machine.
Martin Maurer, owner at Proxmox Server Solutions, said:
Proxmox VE, our open source complete virtualization management solution combines KVM and containers on one platform, and counts more than 55.000 global installments, I think that we are doing a great job promoting the hypervisor KVM and we’re excited to continue fostering the awareness of open virtualization together with the OVA and the Linux Foundation. Our goal is to promote KVM as the open enterprise-class virtualization solution.