Ravello allows application developers to upload their virtual machines (VMs) unchanged from VMware or KVM and publish them to the cloud for testing and development. No conversions are required, and complex networking elements stay the same. The blueprints of the uploaded application are saved so that users can easily create multiple instances or environments for testing the application. The Ravello API allows users to retrieve, create, update, and delete their virtual resources.
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