Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Breaking Down the Barriers through Virtualization - Frank Feldman, Red Hat

1,646 views

Published on

Breaking Down the Barriers through Virtualization - Frank Feldman, Red Hat. MSC Malaysia Open Source Conference 2009. Developer Track. 1 jUNE 2009.

Published in: Technology, News & Politics
  • Be the first to comment

Breaking Down the Barriers through Virtualization - Frank Feldman, Red Hat

  1. 1. Breaking down the Barriers through Open Source Virtualization st MSC OSCONF 2009 – June 1 Frank Feldmann Red Hat Product Manager - APJ
  2. 2. ● KVM: Kernel-based Virtual Machine – Full virtualization solution for Linux • Incorporated into the Linux kernel in 2006 • Converts Linux into a hypervisor. Runs Windows, Linux and other guests • KVM architecture provides high “feature-velocity” – leverages the power of Linux
  3. 3. • Scalability – Host Scalability – theoretically unlimited. Tested 256 cores, 1 TB RAM – Guest Scalability – 16vCPU, 64 GB RAM • Industry Standards – VirtIO network and block drivers – Libvirt/CIM management interface ● Storage and networking – FC, iSCSI, NAS/NFS – Host/guest networking – multiple VLANs • Advanced Features – Memory Page sharing, swapping etc. – VM-Secure (SELinux)
  4. 4. RHEV Overview  Feature Description High Availability  Restart guest VMs from failed hosts automatically on other hosts  Move running VM from 1 host to another. 0 downtime, 0 sessions Live Migration lost. System Scheduler  Continuously load balance VMs based on resource usage/policies  Concentrate VMs on fewer servers during off-peak hrs. Save Power Saver power. Maintenance Manager  0 downtime for VMs during planned maintenance window Image Manager Snapshots, Templates, Overlays, Save / Restore  For all objects in system – VM guests, hosts, networking, storage Monitoring and Reporting etc.
  5. 5. DEMONSTRATION

×