3mdeb: 5 terms every hypervisor developer should know

This is the first post of a series about developing type-1 hypervisors, also known as native or bare-metal hypervisors. It introduces to Intel’s VMX technology, describes interactions between a virtual machine and a hypervisor as well as gives some insight on the control structures required. This post should give some theoretical knowledge base required for the next ones, in which we will implement a basic hypervisor using Bareflank. It assumes that you have some knowledge about IA-32 architecture. There will be more than 5 terms actually, but the most important are those in headers. The following posts will assume that the reader knows what they are for and what is their scope.


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