On 1 September 2017 at 19:01, david caughey <djc636(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Any help or hints would be appreciated,
oVirt does not have a built-in grouping mechanism.
You can use Ansible  to automate the creation of several VMs
together. Another possible solution is Vagrant oVirt provider .
You need to watch for any resources that are shared between the
different groups of VMs, you will probably share a network at the very
lest, so you will need to be careful about allocation of IPs and host
You can try using the Newton integration  to provide layers
networks that are not shared. The is also built-in OVS support, but
AFAIK its not yet mature enough.
As a side note, since we were not willing to have any resources share
between different oVirt instances in the oVirt CI system, we ended up
creating Lago , which keeps everything confined to a single
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