How to enable nested virtualization on Google Cloud

Google Cloud supports nested virtualization using the KVM hypervisor on Linux instances. This nested virtualization feature allows you to run one or more virtual machines inside a Linux virtual machine by leveraging Intel VT-x processor, It means VMs inside of VMs. The only requirement is that the VM has to run on an Intel Haswell […]
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Configure multiple Tomcat instances on single server

Learn how to set up several different instances of an application on your Tomcat server, and manipulate each of these instances independently. This article will explain to you how to configure multiple Tomcat instances on single server. Many times we come to a situation where we need to modify the server configuration such that it […]
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Increase Root Volume Size in Google Cloud Instances

You can resize persistent disks when your instances require more storage space and attach multiple secondary disks only when you need to separate your data into unique partitions. Increase root volume size in Google Cloud Instances in the console or GCloud command line without instance reboot. Now, to the cases where you will need to […]
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