The beta of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.3 includes several features that support this journey, including:
OpenStack Network Service (Neutron) integration enables advanced networking capabilities for consumption by hosts and/or virtual machines;
OpenStack Image Service (Glance) integration which provides a library of images and instances that can be used by Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and OpenStack, thus providing a common set of building blocks;
Dynamic workload balancing, a pluggable feature allowing users to write their own workload balancing scripts for specific and unique setups that require customization;
Deeper integration and support for Red Hat Storage, incorporating Gluster 2.5 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 to enhance performance;
A new SLA manager for network compute CPU memory, providing VM quality of service;
New pluggable scheduler for initial placement scheduling, allowing customers to build in rules and policies or overwrite with their own compliance rules; and
Self-hosted Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager engine, providing high availability and hardware consolidation.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.3 frees administrators from complicated and manual tasks, and enables them to automate while leveraging a platform that is better performing and a better value than a proprietary virtualization platform.. Furthermore, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.3 enables users to simultaneously standardize their storage, infrastructure, and networking services on OpenStack while utilizing existing skills to maximize their investments.
Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure is the path to the data center of the future and readies organizations for next generation-elastic workloads. To learn how you can reduce the cost of virtualization, enhance performance, and easily manage underlying dependencies, and to download a fully supported trial of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.2, visit www.redhat.com/rhev3.
The Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.3 beta is available immediately to existing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization customers.
Learn more about Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure here.