We now manage and deploy computing resources in completely new ways thanks to virtualization. The ability to create and manage virtual machines (VMs) is essential for anyone interested in technology, whether they are programmers, system administrators, or just tech enthusiasts. A simple method for creating and managing virtual machines on your local machine is offered by Multipass, an open-source program created by Canonical. This comprehensive guide will provide in-depth coverage of Multipass’ installation, use, and numerous advanced features.
An easy-to-use, cross-platform command-line tool called Multipass makes it possible for you to set up and control Linux virtual machines on your local system. Multipass, created by Canonical, the organization responsible for Ubuntu, makes use of cloud-init, cloud images, and snap packages to offer a seamless environment for running and testing applications in isolated environments.