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Introduce oVirt 3.3.3, product view.

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  • 1. oVirt deep dive based oVirt 3.3.3

2. DataCenter Virtualization TCO (API) windowslinux vCenter/vSphere 3. DataCenter Virtualization Centralized Management High Availability Live Migration Storage Live migration Load Balancing Power Management Templates, thin provisioning, snapshots V2V & P2V Migration tools Self Service User Portal Reporting Engine 4. OpenStack? 5. Cloud statefull VMs:Stateless VMs:SLA = SLASLAVMSLAscale up: add vCPU,vRAM etc.scale out: VMs/cloud 6. cloud 7. Alter Way public cloud 300VMs keele University Nieuwland Geo-Informatie RHEV130 to 140 VMs, and 20 to 30 physical hosts 70 to 80 are currently running on oVirt 8. Feature oVirt node: ,intel-vt,AMD-svm Transparent huge pages 2MB x2paic: Async-IO: block I/O KSM virtio-scsi virtio-block 10. Feature sVirt , SELinux subprojec, MAC Troubleshooting: rsyslog,remote kdump RHEL & KVM/ 11. Feature oVirt engine(): CentOS6.5 + jboss 7.1 RESTFul API shell style java/python SDk Backup and Restore API 12. Feature VMs, templates, desktops, storage, clusters, and datacentersnetworks,volumes. HTML5 cpumemorydiskUI plugins nigos,NetApp NoVNC cloud-init OpenStack glance/neutron 13. Feature /Power cpu VM VM, qemulive block migration 14. Feature VM host GuestOS application VM VM 15. Feature iso, 16. Feature VDI AD,OpenLDAP SPICE(html5) linuxsso 2560x1600432bit USBsmartcard CAC 17. Feature iscsi,FC,NFSPosixfilesystem,Glusterfs local filesystem thin-provisioned preallocated blocklvm/device mapper CPU (coming soon) 18. Feature / AD,IBM Free IPA P2V/V2V OVF 19. Feature VDSM-hooks: kvm: SR-IOV, VM-FEX, CPU pinning() NUMA hostusb nestedvt 20. Feature GuestOS Fully supported server operating systems: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3, 4, 5, and 6; 32- and 64-bit Windows Server 2003, 2003 R2, 2008, 2008 R2; 32and 64-bit, Windows Server 2012 Ubuntu and SUSE Fully supported desktop operating systems: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Desktop 5 and 6, 32- and 64bit Windows XP 32-bit; Windows 7 32- and 64-bit; Windows 8 32- and 64-bit 21. Feature Minimum hardware: x86_64 server with minimum one dual-core CPU, 4 GB available RAM, 25GB available local storage, one Gigabit Ethernet NIC Recommended hardware: x86_64 server with one quad-core CPU or multiple dual-core CPUs, 16 GB RAM, 50GB available Local storage, one Gigabit Ethernet NIC Required operating system (not included): Centos Linux 6.5 Server, 64 bit 22. Feature VDI x86_64 server with: Intel 64 or AMD64 CPU extensions Intel VT or AMD-VTM hardware virtualization extensions Minimum 2GB RAM Minimum 10GB local storage Minimum one Gigabit Ethernet NIC (recommended 2GB or more total bandwidth per server) Internet Explorer 8 and higher on Windows platforms, with the SPICE ActiveX control installed Mozilla Firefox 17 and higher on Linux, with the SPICE plugin installed 23. 24. What we are behind? 25. what we are behind?(2) 26. Any Questions? 27. Thank you! 28. http://www.ovirt.org/Category:Feature http://www.redhat.com/summit/2013/presentations/ http://www.ovirt.org/Category:Case_studies http://www.slideshare.net/nearyd/slideshelf http://cloudarchitectmusings.com/2014/01/23/bridging-the-gap-explainingopenstack-to-vmware-administrators-the-talk-track/