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Ravada VDI project
Free, easy-to-use & deploy VDI solution

About


Ravada is an open-source project that allows users to connect to a virtual desktop. It is a VDI broker.

Its back-end has been designed and implemented in order to allow future hypervisors to be added to the framework. Currently it supports KVM and LXC is in the works.

The only requirements are: a web-browser and a remote viewer supporting the spice protocol.

Ravada delivers:

Following the documentation*, you'll be ready to deploy a virtual machine in minutes. For more information, follow get started.

*Also available in PDF and EPUB.


Who is Ravada meant for?:

Ravada is meant for sysadmins who have some background in GNU/Linux, and want to deploy a VDI project.

Get started on VDI, without reinvent the wheel.

Features


Frontend Web Features

Getting Started


Developers


Perl

We're proud to program it in Perl.

Perl 5 is a highly capable, feature-rich programming language with over 29 years of development. More about why we love Perl...

Web Framework

We use Mojolicious, a real-time web framework.

Data Modeling

We use MySQL. It's the world's most popular open source database. With its proven performance, reliability, and ease-of-use.

Internationalization (i18n)

We use Transifex to provide a cleaner and easy to use interface for translators.

It's meant for adapting applications and text to enable their usability in a particular cultural or linguistic market.

Github

We use Git as a version control system for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among our team. You're invited to contribute!

Our code is licensed with AGPL and is available in Github.

A lot of Free Software

We use a lot of powerful free source like GNU/Linux Ubuntu, KVM, Libvirt or Spice, among others. Responsive web made with Bootstrap and AngularJS.

Get Help with Ravada


Using Ravada

I need help using Ravada for my project.

Bug Reporting

I think I found a bug in the code.

Feature Requests

I have a suggestion for how Ravada could be improved.

Contributing

Information useful if you want to work on the Ravada core development.

Have you installed Ravada ?

Glad to hear ! Drop us a line, or star in github.

Tell us if you need assistance.