CentOS Linux Template Networking Issue

October 29, 2020

If you have every created a linux virtual machine template you’ve probably experienced the issue where a new ethernet device would be created on each VM instance created from that template. For those that have not found the resolution to this problem are in for a treat if your working with CentOS or RHEL....
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oVirt 3.3 is now released

September 17, 2020

oVirt 3.3 is now release. If you have no idea what oVirt is or what it's used for put simply it's pretty similar to VMware vCenter except open source and doesn't manage ESX. oVirt is a centralized management solution used to manage KVM hosts and GlusterFS as well as other aspects of your virtualization...
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MSFT are trying to further weaken Red Hat more publicly

September 4, 2020

Now I don't think I have to say that this came from someone employed at a certain company that starts with an "S" and ends with an "E". I have nothing against the company or this person that sent the email because I understand where that persons motives are. But don't try to sell...
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RDO has stepped up to the plate to simplify Openstack installations.

June 18, 2020

Finally there's an easy way to deploy Openstack on Redhat and CentOS. RDO is a community of people using and deploying OpenStack on Red Hat and Red Hat-based platforms. I have always thought that it's been much too complicated to install and setup Openstack and all it's components. With RDO I was able to...
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CloudStack: The other cloud controller!

April 10, 2020

OpenStack seems to be winning the popularity contest when it comes to an open source cloud computing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform but there’s another solution available. What is this solution you ask, drum roll please……..CloudStack. If you truly did your homework in this space you would have already heard of and probably...
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Redhat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) 2.2 Beta

April 27, 2020

Redhat has made their RHEV 2.2 beta available to current customers. A lot of work has been done to make it seamless to transition from Vmware and Xen to RHEV using what they call V2V and the ovf format.
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