The oVirt Project is pleased to announce today the general availability of oVirt 3.6.3.
This latest community release includes numerous bug fixes and several new features, such as:
- The WebSocketProxy VDC option(and a few others) can now be updated without need to restart the engine.
- OVIRT-CLI now use remote-viewer instead of spicec for spice based console
- unassigned host status now reflects more the real status
- cloud-init service after appliance deployment is now disabled
oVirt is an open-source, openly-governed enterprise virtualization
management application, developed by a global community. You can use the
oVirt management interface (oVirt Engine) to manage hardware nodes, storage
and network resources, and to deploy and monitor virtual machines running
in your data center.
If you are familiar with VMware products, oVirt is conceptually similar to
vSphere. oVirt serves as the bedrock for Red Hat's Enterprise
Virtualization product, and it is the "upstream" project where new features
are developed prior to their inclusion in Red Hat's supported product
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