Anil Vettathu started his association with Linux in college and began his career as a Linux System Administrator soon after. He is a generalist and is interested in Open Source technologies. He has hands on experience in designing and implementing large scale virtualization environments using open source technologies and has extensive knowledge in libvirt and KVM. These days he primarily works on Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, containers and real time performance tuning. Currently, he is working as a Technical Account Manager for Red Hat. His website is http://anilv.in.
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