hvpp VS hypervisor

Compare hvpp vs hypervisor and see what are their differences.


hvpp is a lightweight Intel x64/VT-x hypervisor written in C++ focused primarily on virtualization of already running operating system (by wbenny)


lightweight hypervisor SDK written in C++ with support for Windows, Linux and UEFI (by Bareflank)
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hvpp hypervisor
1 3
790 1,137
- 2.4%
0.7 5.7
about 1 year ago 7 months ago
C++ C++
MIT License GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
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Posts with mentions or reviews of hypervisor. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects. The last one was on 2021-07-29.
  • Free hypervisor source code?
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/homelab | 29 Jul 2021
    So I'm working on making a hypervisor for my school. I've looked into the vendors like Proxmox, Vmware, etc. and I haven't found one that will let me make my own GUI. I have looked at pages like this https://rayanfam.com/topics/hypervisor-from-scratch-part-1/ or projects like Bareflank here https://github.com/Bareflank/hypervisor and they don't QUITE seem like what I am looking for, unless I'm just blind. I just want to have a hypervisor that can spin up oh so many virtual machine instances of Windows 10 and accessible in a browser. I want to have the freedom to make my own GUI so I can tailor it to my school's website. The idea is it's just something freshman can screw around with and have the option of spinning up a few VM instances as they please, while keeping in mind a very simple GUI a freshman could figure out. I'm not too concerned with hardware limitations, I just want to see if this is even possible, and if I have to deal with crap hardware/software that can only spin up 2 instances or something, so be it. I understand that I very well may be looking for a unicorn in that I will have to either use a vendor and accept their GUI or go through a monolith of assembly code to build my own, but if anyone has any suggestions or github links to help me do this in a reasonable amount of time it would be much appreciated.
  • CppNow 2021: Don't constexpr All the Things
    7 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp | 17 Jul 2021
  • Type trait for "does the default constructor 0 initialize all non-static members"
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/cpp | 28 Jun 2021

What are some alternatives?

When comparing hvpp and hypervisor you can also consider the following projects:

circle - The compiler is available for download. Get it!

WebVirtMgr - WebVirtMgr panel for manage virtual machine

Savefile-Saver - A program to backup all of your game savefiles on your system, neatly, and into a single folder.