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Red Hat rolls out mini virtual machine

By   |  June 20, 2008

Red Hat this week announced a new virtualisation platform that can fit onto a flash drive. The new hypervisor is called oVirt and can boot on most x86 hardware.The lightweight hypervisor will allow users to run both Linux and Microsoft Windows virtual machines. IDG reports that oVirt is based on the KVM project. oVirt is released as open source software.

Also at its annual summit this week, Red Hat announced that it has open sourced Red Hat Network Satellite, an automated management tool for Linux that handles content updates, systems provisioning, updating and monitoring, permissions and scheduling on both physical and virtual servers.

The new open-sourced project will be called Spacewalk.

Spacewalk manages software content updates for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and other Linux distributions such as Fedora, CentOS, and Scientific Linux and allows administrators to stage updates throughout their systems.

Spacewalk also gives admins the power to kickstart systems, monitor systems, as well as manage and deploy configuration files across networks.


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