What’s the smallest virtual machine you could create? Or, why would you want one? In the days of ubiquitous bandwidth and fast computers we often don’t care if a VM or container image is a gig, or two, in size. However, this rapidly changes when you are confronted with edge cases: people living in less well-connected countries, or, in our case, needing to run hundreds or even thousands of virtual machines for automated test cases over a VPN. Recently, we started working on the oVirt Terraform Provider, which has unfortunately seen better days. Apart from getting our own very much […]