Hi Folks.. the last time I left off, we had just finished setting up the initial pieces for hosted engine (RHEL configuration) in order to provide HA for RHV-M. Today we’re going to add an additional host and test things out.
Let’s get going! Continue reading “How to Setup HA for RHV-M pt3”
Hi folks, I’m finally getting around to the high availability for RHV-M (hosted engine) walk through demo that I promised. The truth is that due to unforeseen circumstances, I had to go to “plan b”. The end result is still the same, and the workflows are almost identical, but the “in betweens” are just a bit different.
Allow me to illuminate.. Continue reading “How to Setup HA for RHV-M pt2”
Hi folks! After plowing through my home lab, I’m ready to walk you through setting up RHV-M in a “self-hosted engine” (HA) configuration. I’ve talked about this in some previous articles if you need to familiarize yourself with what the significance is or why someone might want to go with this approach over a standard deployment.
Let’s get to it. Continue reading “How to Setup HA for RHV-M 4 pt1”
Hi folks, here’s another “pre” post. What I mean by that is that in the process of creating a demo and the surrounding article, I found I needed to create a sidebar article in order to show how configure an important component. In this case, the requirement to fulfill forward and reverse name server resolution in RHV has lead me to create a basic DNS server. In this case, “dnsmasq” is a perfect solution… Continue reading “RHV and DNS”
Here is a quick post for you guys. I’m in the midst of creating a follow up to one of my other articles and it dawns on me that I need to do this particular post first.. A post within a post, or before a post, or something. In either case, I need to provide an update to configuring NFS to poke through a firewall in RHEL 7 for the purpose of RHV in a home lab.. or other use cases. Read on, if you will… Continue reading “NFS & Firewalls in RHEL 7”
Hi folks, so time ago (years?) I wrote about how to put together High Availability for RHV-M. At the time the actual configuration that I proposed was solid, if a little unorthodox. Still, it certainly left room for improvement. In this week’s post, I’m updating the configuration with something that Red Hat fully supports. They refer to the configuration as Self-Hosted Engine. Continue reading “High Availability for RHV-M”
Hi folks, I recently posted an article on one of the official Red Hat blogs about the new Neutron integration between RHV and RHOSP. I have to say it’s very cool and might change the way you look at networking capabilities in RHV, at least if you’re also using RHOSP in the same data center. Continue reading “Integrating RHV & OpenStack with Neutron”
Hi Folks, if you’ve been following things for the last few months, you know RHV 4 launched last month and that one of my favorite new features is the Cockpit hypervisor admin tool. I’ve even highlighted it in 2 posts already, and I’m about to go for the “three-peat”. So what’s so cool that I needed to give it a 3rd shout out in such a short amount of time? Easy.
The ability to run it within RHV-M. Continue reading “Running Cockpit inside of RHV-M”
Hi folks, when we last parted, I left you in the hands of the Next Generation Node. I gave you a preview of what’s coming from Red Hat in the form of the Red Hat Virtualization Host. What better to follow that up with than a preview of the Red Hat Virtualization Manager? Seriously, there have been so many updates and improvements, I can’t wait to dig in..
Let’s go! Continue reading “Preview of Red Hat Virtualization Manager”
Hi folks, it seems we definitely hit something interesting based on the number of responses to part 1 of this article.. Talking about the Next Generation Hypervisor, or “Red Hat Virtualization Hypervisor” as it will officially will be known as, has definitely gotten positive attention. We’re going to take another look today, with a deeper focus on “Cockpit”, the hypervisor administrative plugin and web console.
Let’s get started. Continue reading “Next Generation Hypervisor – pt2”