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)”
If you’ve checked out both RHEV 3 as well as running KVM on RHEL 6, you’ve no doubt found pros and cons for going one way or the other with your hypervisors. RHEV-H offers a simple appliance approach that is already tuned and configured. KVM on RHEL 6 allows for customization while still offering the benefits of the high-speed KVM hypervisor. Which one should you use?
Simple. Use both. Continue reading “Mixing Thick and Thin Hypervisors in a RHEV 3 Environment”