RE: Updates from Summit 2012

From: Lynn Dixon 
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Sitting in a Rhev road map session now.

Live migration is possible in 3.0 now. It's also available using api. Live
migration is also possible between storage domains. They are also going to
add gluster support.

Live snapshots or coming in rhev 3.1 which will allow you to snapshot
without shutting down, as well as cloning a machine while live.

3.1 also brings a move off of sun jre and onto openjdk. It's also moving
more middle layers to jboss. The api is shipping with python support for
python devs.

Reporting will be using Jasper and will be integrated into the 3.1 console,
no separate install or url anymore.

Spice will support native usb 2.0 redirection from any device.

On Jun 27, 2012 12:10 PM, "Lynn Dixon"  wrote:
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> The oVirt team has a booth here. But are not doing any sessions or
announcements. They have been showing RHEV hard, but mainly focusing on
Open shift and Open stack in the keynotes. Redhat is aiming to be the cloud
provider in the future.
> I will stop by the RHEV booth and ask them if they are planning on doing
live migration or something like vmotion and report back.
>
> On Jun 27, 2012 11:24 AM, "matt@mattkeys.net"  wrote:
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>> Any RHEV 3 live migration presentation/documentation and/or oVirt
development updates :)
>>
>> 

=============================================================== From: Lynn Dixon ------------------------------------------------------ Sitting in a RHEL road map now. In the handout I immediately was let down. I gnome 3 is coming to RHEL. I WTF. On Jun 27, 2012 2:11 PM, "Lynn Dixon" wrote:

=============================================================== From: Mike Harrison ------------------------------------------------------ Yeah. I'm about to do a road trip from hell with my 12.04 Ubuntu.. and am considering gutting the GUI before heading out.. Maybe even re-installing 10.04.

=============================================================== From: Matt Keys ------------------------------------------------------ I watched most of the videos on youtube today at work (it's work related, right?). I was thinking to myself on this one (RHEL Road map) when they got to storage that most of the things they mentioned as far as LVM snapshots/cloning were already in mainstream SLES 11. Is RHEL typically behind the times like that? Ubuntu/Debian and SuSE is way ahead of them on supported KVM versions it seems. From: chugalug-bounces@chugalug.org [mailto:chugalug-bounces@chugalug.org] On Behalf Of Lynn Dixon Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 4:57 PM To: CHUGALUG Subject: RE: [Chugalug] Updates from Summit 2012 Sitting in a RHEL road map now. In the handout I immediately was let down. I gnome 3 is coming to RHEL. I WTF. Sitting in a Rhev road map session now. Live migration is possible in 3.0 now. It's also available using api. Live migration is also possible between storage domains. They are also going to add gluster support. Live snapshots or coming in rhev 3.1 which will allow you to snapshot without shutting down, as well as cloning a machine while live. 3.1 also brings a move off of sun jre and onto openjdk. It's also moving more middle layers to jboss. The api is shipping with python support for python devs. Reporting will be using Jasper and will be integrated into the 3.1 console, no separate install or url anymore. Spice will support native usb 2.0 redirection from any device. announcements. They have been showing RHEV hard, but mainly focusing on Open shift and Open stack in the keynotes. Redhat is aiming to be the cloud provider in the future. live migration or something like vmotion and report back. development updates :)