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Old 02-15-2013, 04:07 AM   #1
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Red hat/Centos 6 Virtualization


Hey guys,
i was wondering KVM virtualisation in the Centos/RH a good succece? however is it possible to have kind of web interface to manage the VM on the RH/Centos?

thank you
 
Old 02-15-2013, 04:23 AM   #2
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kvm itself is a VERY small thing by design. in it's it does very little, no gui etc. There are plenty of things like libvirt whcih are used to wrap and automate the system (and libvirt supports other hypervisors too), so when you're using kvm on CentOS you're, by default, actually configuring and controlling libvirt#'s virt-manager tool, not KVM directly. So any tool that speaks libvirt is able to manage kvm vm's implicitly...

http://libvirt.org/apps.html#web
 
Old 02-15-2013, 10:24 AM   #3
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kvm itself is a VERY small thing by design. in it's it does very little, no gui etc. There are plenty of things like libvirt whcih are used to wrap and automate the system (and libvirt supports other hypervisors too), so when you're using kvm on CentOS you're, by default, actually configuring and controlling libvirt#'s virt-manager tool, not KVM directly. So any tool that speaks libvirt is able to manage kvm vm's implicitly...

http://libvirt.org/apps.html#web
have you got any experience with GKVM?

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Old 02-21-2013, 12:45 PM   #5
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Hey guys,
i was wondering KVM virtualisation in the Centos/RH a good succece? however is it possible to have kind of web interface to manage the VM on the RH/Centos?

thank you
Look into oVirt or RHEV-M
 
  


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