I'm with you Thomas. I was looking for a way to cluster my kvm's. Ovirt to the
rescue. It has been a bit of a learning curve, but well worth the effort.
Thanks Ovirt team.
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From: thomas(a)hoberg.net <thomas(a)hoberg.net>
Sent: Sunday, April 12, 2020 2:15 PM
Subject: [ovirt-users] Re: oVirt thrashes Docker network during installation
The general idea was, that with oVirt I'd get a little more automation and benefits
than with just using VirtualBox as a GUI for KVMs.
Boy did I underestimate the amount of intellectual investment for the first value return.
Turned out quite a bit bigger than vSphere, but much more intriguing, because after all:
The code was all there! I got hooked... beyond reasonble, perhaps.
With Openstack they jury has come back a long time ago: Unless you're willing to
sacrifice a double digit team for a year or three, don't go near it.
Three node HCI oVirt just looked like a tight little project with plenty of
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