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Migrating off Vmware-Server, but where to?

On Dec 2, 2010, at 11:11 AM, Ben Eisenbraun wrote:

>> It looks like KVM is the winning hypervisor solution.  Is this correct?
>> What interfaces exist out there on top of KVM?  I've heard of "libvert"
>> but have not seen what actual UIs exist.  Are there other solutions?
> It's libvirt, and it is the GUI.

No, it isn't. As its name implies, libvirt is a library. The GUI
is virt-manager, which sits on top of libvirt. There's also virsh,
a cli management tool, which is part of the libvirt distribution,
if I'm thinking clearly.

> Red Hat has a sponsored project called
> oVirt to offer a web interface to manage KVM farms.  I'm not sure how
> complete it is right now.

Nor am I, but here's the project page:

Jarod Wilson
jarod-ajLrJawYSntWk0Htik3J/w at

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