Here is a short summary with links on today’s announcements from the Red Hat summit in Boston.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.2 brings a vast array of new features, including:
Fully supported Storage Live Migration, allowing virtual machine images to be moved from[ one storage domain to another without disrupting service
Support for the latest industry-standard processors from Intel and AMD, including Intel Haswell series and AMD Opteron G5 processors
Enhancements in storage management, networking management, fencing and power management, Spice console enhancements, logging and monitoring, and more.
New Third-Party Plug-ins
Red Hat is already collaborating with several industry leaders to integrate their solutions with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization via the new plug-in, including high availability and disaster recovery solutions from NetApp (with a VSC), Symantec (HA), and Insight Control from HP
Red Hat Shows OpenStack Ecosystem Strength; Launches Red Hat OpenStack Certification, Unveils Red Hat Certified Solution Marketplace
As part of today’s announcement, IBM joins Cisco and Intel as Alliance Partners in the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network.
Red Hat OpenStack Certification Program
Red Hat Certified Solution Marketplace
Red Hat and Mirantis Partner Across Products and Services to Accelerate Adoption of Red Hat OpenStack
Mirantis, and Red Hat today announced that the two companies will collaborate to optimize Mirantis’ Fuel tools for deployment of Red Hat OpenStack, and deliver OpenStack implementation and integration services to joint customers.
New solutions include extension to Red Hat Enterprise Linux product family and new offering to enable customers on their journey from datacenter virtualization to Infrastructure-as-a-Service. Red Hat today announced two new product offerings with one vision of delivering an Open Hybrid Cloud. The new offerings include Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, a solution that serves as the foundation for advanced cloud users who are seeking to build an OpenStack-powered cloud, and Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure, a comprehensive offering designed to support organizations on their journey from traditional datacenter virtualization to OpenStack-powered clouds.