Hi folks, one of the many things that I’ve been working on behind the scenes has finally seen the light of day: Best Practices for Red Hat Virtualization 4. This takes over where the product documentation leaves off.What I mean by that is this:
The product documentation is (mostly) great about telling you “how” to do the many activities related to deploying Red Hat Virtualization.
This new document tells you “why” to do many of the activities related to deploying Red Hat Virtualization. It does NOT have code examples, but it DOES have lots of things to consider. Things like:
- “Standard” deployment or “Hosted Engine” deployment
- RHEL host or RHV host
- NAS or SAN
- Lager or Ale (just kidding)
In other words, when you go to plan out your deployment, this is the document that you want to read before you paint yourself into a corner. Many of the items are best practices, like “don’t turn off SELinux”. Others are more considerations and implications, like “NAS or SAN”.
If this is something you’re interested in, you can download it here:
Hope this helps,