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, yup, I’m at VMworld this week. Sounds odd, huh? What exactly am I doing at VMworld, you ask? Great question. Preaching the gospel, brothers and sisters, preaching the gospel. KVM, that is…
Ok, maybe I’m laying on a bit thick. Seriously though, Red Hat has 2 booths back to back this year at VMworld – one labeled “Red Hat” as one would expect, the other labeled “Ansible”. We’re extolling the virtues of Red Hat Virtualization, CloudForms, and Ansible this year in addition to anything else that anyone wants to ask about.
That begs the question, “do folks really want to hear about Red Hat Virtualization at VMworld?” The answer is a resounding “YES”. Don’t get me wrong, there are plenty of folks at the show that won’t give us the time of day, and that’s alright. There are plenty more that come by see demo’s of RHV. And get the shirts, hats, and stickers. Here’s a pic my colleague Jonathan G. took while I wasnt’ paying attention:
And we’re having a good time answering all the questions..
Hi Folks, through the efforts of people much smarter than me Red Hat Virtualization 4 launched today. And nope, that was not a typo.. part of the launch is a re-branding that follows suit with Red Hat’s other products to simplify the naming.
Over the last few weeks, I’ve given you heads up on things like the new hypervisor, the Cockpit hypervisor admin, and a preview on the new RHV-M dashboard. Over the next few weeks, I plan on showing you some of the other new features, such as: Continue reading “Red Hat Virtualization 4 Has Launched”