Next Generation Hypervisor – pt2

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.

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Next Generation Hypervisor – pt1

Hi Folks, a few weeks ago I posted an article on Red Hat’s official blog – Viewing the Horizon from the Cockpit. It talks specifically about the Next Generation Hypervisor or “Next Generation Node” from Red Hat, what went into the design, and why we ripped it apart to put it back together again. I’m revisiting the topic again with the purpose of showing you what the fuss is all about.

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Deploying RHEV 3.6 pt2 (Hypervisors)

Hi folks,

In my last post, we deployed RHEV-M, the Web UI & brains for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV). This week, I’m pushing on to the next logical and required step in the process – deploying a hypervisor. Continue reading “Deploying RHEV 3.6 pt2 (Hypervisors)”