Red Hat Virtualization and the OpenShift Container Platform go far back. Both products are very well integrated and share security features like svirt and cgroups which are a core security component of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Svirt allows you to run your virtual instances as well as containers in full tenant isolation mode whereas cgroups Read more about OpenShift on RHV Automated, Secure and Transparent[…]
Attached find the deck I presented at the VTUG in the New England Patriots stadium. It was a great experience. Thank you very much for attending my talk!
Out of the box Ansible Tower 3.1.2 does not come with the Red Hat Virtualization 4.0 provider. You will find the instructions here to get it working: Step 1: SSH into the ansible tower [dobby@dobby ~]$ ssh firstname.lastname@example.org Step 2: Install ovirt-engine-sdk-python [root@towerldo ~]# yum install ovirt-engine-sdk-python Step 3: cd into /opt/rh and get the Read more about RHV 4.1 / RHEV 4.1 Dynamic Inventory For Ansible Tower[…]
In the last few month I got quite a few requests on deploying RHV as a single hyper-converged non extendable node with local storage (not gluster). This blog post is going to show you how you can install RHVM on baremetal and add the same host which hosts the baremetal engine to RHVM. As always, Read more about RHV single node with local storage domain[…]