As Red Hat engineers, we are always looking to incorporate features that empower administrators and decision makers. Our goal is to enable them to be proactive, efficient, and to help them maximize value from their infrastructure.
To this end, we are currently working on how to significantly improve the reporting and metrics API in Red Hat Virtualization Manager, our management platform for virtualized resources. Until recently, Red Hat Virtualization relied on native reports and data warehouse engines to provide
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We’re pleased to announce the availability of QuickStart Cloud Installer (QCI) 1.1! This is the second release of QCI since its introduction on September 14, 2016.
Included with both Red Hat Cloud Suite and Red Hat Cloud Infrastructure entitlements, QCI is designed to simplify provisioning your private cloud infrastructure by orchestrating installation workflow across different products. Instead of installing each product in the suite separately, QCI provides an intuitive web-based graphical user interface for provisioning a fully functional cloud using any combination of components in
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It’s time to upgrade or to renew your VMware vSphere licenses. This decision is not easy for a few reasons such as:
You might be hesitantly considering paying for an upgrade and ELA renewal because you believe there is no (other) choice.
I have good news for you. There is a reliable and enterprise choice and switching has never been easier with the recent release of
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We are continuing our series on how Red Hat Keeps the Lights on with Red Hat Virtualization. Please read our previous blog post if you missed any of the series. In this blog post, I will highlight how Red Hat IT uses JBoss Fuse and JBoss A-MQ to integrate our internal systems that support Accounting, Consulting, Engineering, Finance, Legal, Marketing, Operations, Sales and Training departments. Our internal Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) flows over 100,000 messages a day between these systems with wildly differing interchange and data formats. Our entire ESB deployment runs on virtual machines backed by Red Hat Virtualization. This deployment enables us to scale on demand to meet the changing needs of our business needs and integrated systems.
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Red Hat IT makes extensive use of our own product offerings to effectively manage and to scale our large IT infrastructure. Red Hat Virtualization plays a key role in Red Hat’s overall IT infrastructure, as mentioned in a recent blog by the head of our IT Platform Operations team, Anderson Silva: Red Hat Keeps the Lights on with Red Hat Virtualization
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