On Thu, 7 Jun 2012, Dael Maselli wrote:
I don't need SLA or support. I don't need RedHat.
Interesting, you say that, yet from your email your almost demanding they
provide oVirt in a form that works best for you.
Production is what I expect from a software that is developed for
load balancing, high-avaliability, failover, etc.
To me it seems natural, as I use to do with all Linux software, we use in
production: Sendmail, Named Bind, 389 Directory Server, Mysql, Dovecot and so
on. They are all on Scientific Linux or CentOS. Is this so strange?
But finally, nobody answered my question:
Do you plan to officially release oVirt for RedHat and derivates?
I don't work for RedHat, but I would guess this would follow their normal
work flow of Fedora first and then RHEL second as a commercial solution.
nathan at robotics.net