It will be interesting to compare
I bet some of the security and isolation improvements are going to be "pinched" by qemu/kvm on very short order.
OpenBSD now has a native hypervisor. The vmm subsystem has been in the works since at least September 2015 but this week reached "in-tree" status so is in new OS snapshots. Only Intel hosts are possible. ® OpenBSD 5.7 logo
As an openbsd user since 3.5, sounds cool but don't need it.
Vmware works fine(even with openbsd as a guest i use this config personally to insert a firewall inbetween my personal linux and windows VMs and the internet on my co located server, also use openbsd at home as internet gateway. )
Haven't used it at a company in a professional manor in a decade. For some reason i have to reboot the openbsd firewall in a VM every year or so, network performance tanks and is magically fixed by reboot.
Openbsd pf is awesome though.
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