I submitted a tutorial proposal to LISA '14 called "Hands-on with oVirt," but it was rejected. However, we can still get oVirt in front of people if we rework it as a "lab."
Basically a lab is just a one or two sheet set of instructions that would describe to someone how to test out oVirt All-In-One in the LISA lab.
I know there have been demos of oVirt all-in-one at other conferences. Does anyone have a list of presentation-friendly instructions that he/she could share?
PS -- Actually -- the 'demo' doesn't have to be all-in-one, but I was thinking that would be easiest given the unknown lab hardware at LISA. If the lab is very powerful, I suppose attendees could try to setup separate nodes. I'll try to find out lab details.
Red Hat, Inc.
Sr. Software Engineer, RHEV
I have to manage about farm of 30 virtual machines
the farm is hosted on two severs, it consists of windows, linux and solaris
I use VirtualBox for virtualization.
I did all setup manually, if I need to apply changes I again do this
manually and this is real hell.
So now I'm looking for a way to automate this.
I have a few gold images of OS, if I need to setup new machine I clone it,
then I setup new network setting for it manually and setup
if I need to change test environment I have to change gold image, then
test machines and clone gold images and again configure network and setup
and all I need to do manually.
Can ovirt to help automate this scenarios?