In order To improve the ease of installation, we are working on two new tools:
1. Fedora oVirt spin
We are planning on integrating oVirt to a live fedora spin
This will simplify the the installation for new users. It will contain the oVirt
"AllInOne"  on top of a Fedora liveCD desktop.
This will allow users to experiment with oVirt before later installing it.
The idea is user will install fedora from the CD, then answer the questions of the
2. Simple demo environment
As a second stage, for simple demo use cases, we want to take this one step further.
We'd like to extend this live spin to include a complete environment - sample
vm/template/iso/node,etc so that a user can boot from a USB key and have a complete
environment that's pre-installed and configured, this will probably will be done with
a script calling one of the APIs to create it.
The user would download an image, write it to a USB disk and then boot it.
the idea is user can copy this iso to a usb disk (or a qcow/vdmk) and
Once booted the user will have a pre-installed, pre-configured oVirt Engine, host and
local storage domain complete with ISOs, VM and template.
any suggestions/help will be appreciated
 bare metal or nested virtualization