As we all know the KVM is good performance, and we have many kvm based virtualization management tools, openstack, ovirt, virt-manager, virsh. None of them is design for people with little knowledge of virtualization/linux. They need to equipped with knowledge of storage, network, etc, and with many efforts of enviroment setup--database, storage and so on.
We do need an on-ramp kvm management tool to make a fresh user to get started with KVM and create his first guest as easy as possible, and to attract more and more fresh users.
Kimchi is also an HTML5 based management tool for KVM. It enables users to access VMs from various platforms including laptop, tablet, smart phone, and from various OSes including Windows，Linux and iOS.
we will introduce our self-discovery conception and netflow oriented network conception from user perspective.Survey this Session