KVM

Upgrading oVirt to 4.5.2 with HostedEngine

Last week oVirt 4.5.2 was released and with it came a bunch of updated and enhancements on the previous release. Nothing ground breaking by way of features, but a couple specific bug fixes that related to Veeam Backup for RHV v2 which is why I decided to upgrade my HomeLab instance off the bat. I […] Read More

What’s New and Thoughts – oVirt 4.5.1 for KVM and RHV

Last year, I got myself a little more involved in the world of Red Hat and general Linux Kernel based Virtualization. It had been a space that I had basically ignored during the last decade working with VMware based virtualization almost exclusively. As I wrote in this post last year, KVM virtualization was something I […] Read More

Released: Backup for Red Hat Virtualization v1a

This is a quick post to highlight the updated release build (version 1.1.11) of Veeam Backup for Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) that was released a few weeks ago on the 9th of February. This release addresses a number of bugs in the Public Beta release and can be used into production by customers with support […] Read More

Released – Backup for Red Hat Virtualization

Earlier this year at VeeamON 2021 we made a significant new product announcement which was the unveiling of Veeam Backup for Red Hat Virtualization. This has now been released a v1.0 Public Beta (Build 1.0.1488). The intent and direction of this release means that we will have supportability for a fourth hyper-visor, meaning that we […] Read More

Quick Intro: KubeVirt… Where Kubernetes and VMs meet!

I’ll admit that when I first saw the KubeVirt appear on my radar I thought that someone was pulling my leg… Kubernetes rise in the IT professionals day to day vernacular has resulted in a ton of interest to understand what it is and what it does. It has strong roots with with developer lead […] Read More

Upgrade oVirt for KVM Homelab (CLI)

At VeeamON, we announced that Veeam would soon release Backup for RHV. In a subsequent post, I wrote down some of the observations I had seen over the past few months talking to customers and partners who have chosen to go down the KVM/Red Hat Virtualisation path also outlining some of the improvements with the […] Read More

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