[TriLUG] Best Distro for KVM Virtualization?
slitt at troubleshooters.com
Mon Nov 16 15:47:03 EST 2009
On Monday 16 November 2009 15:22:25 magnus wrote:
> Josh Johnson wrote:
> > I know RedHat is known for KVM since they bought Qumranet a while
> > back. I like KVM a lot, and have access to cheap RHEL licenses because
> > I work for UNC, but most of my experience is with Debian-based distros
> > and BSD. I'm about to do a pretty big install and lay a lot of
> > VM-based infrastructure on top of KVM. Is there any reason why I
> > should or shouldn't use RHEL for this? It seems debian/ubuntu's
> > support for KVM is relatively new, should that be a concern?
> I'm surprised that nobody has yet mentioned Proxmox. It's pretty
> outstanding, really, and ahead of RHEL right now. Especially if you're
> building a distributed infrastructure.
Speaking of KVM, if any of you is going to be in Orlando the night of December
2, come see Kyle Gonzales speak on KVM at the joint GoLUG/LEAP meeting at 7pm.
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