[ovirt-users] oVirt 4.0 wishlist: oVirt Node
sbonazzo at redhat.com
Mon Nov 23 03:07:32 EST 2015
On Fri, Nov 20, 2015 at 1:54 PM, Giuseppe Ragusa <
giuseppe.ragusa at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm trying to organize my wishes/hopes for oVirt 4.0
> These items derive from both solitary mumblings and community talks at the
> the first Italian oVirt Meetup.
> I offer to help in coding (work/family schedules permitting) but keep in
> mind that I'm a sysadmin with mainly C and bash-scripting skills (but
> hoping to improve my less-than-newbie Python too...)
> Since I have related interests/wishes also for Engine and VDSM, I'll send
> a separate message for each one.
> Let's start from the oVirt Node:
> *) oVirt Node complete convergence with Atomic Host: start from Project
> Atomic tools and define an ISO-installable Atomic Host variant  to
> include gluster, qemu, libvirt, vdsm and all the packages/configurations
> that an oVirt Node would need (remove unneeded parts)
> *) add Samba, CTDB and Ganesha to oVirt Node to allow it to be used as a
> full storage appliance (specifically, I'm thinking of the GlusterFS
> integration); there are related wishlist items on configuring/managing
> Samba/CTDB/Ganesha on the Engine and on VDSM
> *) add oVirt Node ability to host containers (independent of the above
> mentioned convergence with Atomic); note that Atomic Host has
> Docker/Kubernetes, but libvirt already has a LXC driver  and the Engine
> could benefit from some added smartness in managing groups of guests etc.
> in the vm case too; there are related wishlist items on
> configuring/managing containers on the Engine and on VDSM
> *) add Open vSwitch direct support (not Neutron-mediated); there are
> related wishlist items on configuring/managing Open vSwitch on the Engine
> and on VDSM
> *) add DRBD9 as a supported Storage Domain type, maybe for HC and HE too;
> there are related wishlist items on configuring/managing DRBD9 on the
> Engine and on VDSM
> *) add oVirt Node ability to fully perform as a stand-alone hypervisor: I
> hear that Cockpit is coming, so why not Kimchi too? ;)
>  product.json, I suppose, but I'm starting to learn Atomic now...
>  barring a pending deprecation in RHEL7, but I suppose that a
> community/Centos-Virt-SIG libvirt build could restore it and maybe RedHat
> too could support it on a special libvirt build for RHEV (just to remove
> those support costs from the base RHEL OS offering)
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