Many Cisco Devices allow you to host your own industry-standard KVM virtual machine directly in the network. Whether you're a for-profit Cisco partner, Open Source project, Educator or End User, this page will get you started crafting your own application.
KVM hosting in a virtual platform for cloud services, rapid prototyping, and education.
Hosted virtual machines in the branch for network function virtualization, hosted agents, and network troubleshooting.
Virtual machine hosting in the aggregation, Internet edge, and high-end branch.
Technology Overview presentation and video
Getting Started with your first application.
Quick reference for OVA content, resource definition and platform capability.
A Linux desktop VM and setup guide with VNC, Wireshark, IPerf and a Minecraft Server.
A virtual machine and developer guide preconfigured to host Docker Containers.
A minimal virtual machine and guide to understand the basics or to start building your own app.
Packaging Script - A shell script to create all the necessary OVA components and build the OVA
Virt-Manager - An open source virtual machine manager to customize your KVM.