On 09/17/2014 12:27 PM, Sven Kieske wrote:
I think this question did not get answered so far and I think this is a
crucial point. While it's cool you can integrate ovirt with openstack
I don't think it should be necessary when you want certain features.
Because, like Daniel wrote: Why should I install ovirt if I need
multiple openstack components anyway? I could just go on and deploy
openstack and not use ovirt?
But I also have the same opinion as Daniel: openstack ist "too big"
to deploy for traditional vm workloads.
So it would be much appreciated if this questions could get answered.
we are looking at integration in places we think they make sense and
benefit ovirt by opening more options for users. we do try to provide
the openstack services in a virtual appliance to make them easier to
glance - image repo with a default glance.ovirt.org
neutron - for opening the ecosystem of SDN network solutions
integrating with it
future: cinder - for opening the ecosystem of storage providers
integrating with it.
I don't think currently the other services in openstack are relevant to
On 15/09/14 17:17, Daniel Helgenberger wrote:
> Please allow me a 'heretic' question, will oVirt make itself obsoleted
> in the future because all of the core functionality is moved to an
> external provider? Is it better for my use case (small/medium business
> and not in the telco sector) to deploy OpenStack in the first place and
> not to use oVirt at all? ATM OpenStack seems to me like the literal
> sledgehammer to crack a nut.