Red Hat RHEVs Virtualization with oVirt 3.4

The open-source oVirt virtualization project debuted its 3.4 release on March 27, providing users with new features to meet the expanding needs of workload virtualization.

The oVirt open-source project is led by enterprise Linux vendor Red Hat and serves as the basis for the commercially supported Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) product, which competes with VMware’s vSphere. With the release of oVirt 3.4, the RHEV 3.4 product is now entering beta, and will soon serve as an update to RHEV 3.3, which debuted in January.

New capabilities in the oVirt 3.4 release include the ability for users to choose different types of storage.

Read the full story at eWEEK:
With oVirt 3.4 Debut, Red Hat’s RHEV 3.4 Enters Beta Phase

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