LXC or KVM: What kind of Virtualization is done?
By default, virtualization is used for Linux containers, LXC , as it is more flexible. If you want a KVM virtualization you just have to contact us.
The most important difference between KVM and LXC virtualization is that virtual machines require a separate kernel instance to run, while containers can be deployed from the host operating system. This significantly reduces the complexity of creating and maintaining containers. Additionally, the reduced overhead allows you to create a large number of containers with faster startup and shutdown speeds.
Learn more about Virtualization types.