Deploying RHEV 3.6 pt1

Hi folks,

A few weeks ago, I made a suggestion/push/case for what I casually refer to as “cloud light”. As a brief recap, it just means using a hybrid management platform (aka cloud management platform) to front a traditional virtualization platform like RHEV. In the end, you get automation, integration, self-service, API and everything else you would want from “private cloud”. See my previous article on Should I Migrate to the Cloud?  for the “why” or “why not”..

Before we get to our “cloud light”, we need to start by deploying our traditional virtualization. In this case, “RHEV”. Continue reading “Deploying RHEV 3.6 pt1”

Providing High Availability for RHEV-M

Hi folks, in today’s post I’d like to cover something fairly elementary – providing HA for the RHEV-M application. To be honest, I can’t believe I haven’t written a post on it sooner. If you have power users, VDI users, and/or other services (via API/SDK) that depend on RHEV-M, it’s definitely critical. Besides, providing HA for RHEV-M is just downright convenient, even if it’s just virtualization administrators that need access. Continue reading “Providing High Availability for RHEV-M”