Update to Red Hat Summit session

Hi all,

I have some updates on my Red Hat Summit session that I’d like to share. This will be my 3rd year in a row that I’ve presented, and I’m bringing friends from both NetApp and Red Hat to discuss “Scaling Out Tier-1 Applications with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization & Clustered ONTAP”.

So what exactly does that mean? Continue reading “Update to Red Hat Summit session”

Providing High Availability for RHEV-M

Hi folks, in today’s post I’d like to cover something fairly elementary – providing HA for the RHEV-M application. To be honest, I can’t believe I haven’t written a post on it sooner. If you have power users, VDI users, and/or other services (via API/SDK) that depend on RHEV-M, it’s definitely critical. Besides, providing HA for RHEV-M is just downright convenient, even if it’s just virtualization administrators that need access. Continue reading “Providing High Availability for RHEV-M”