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Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Disaster Recovery

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Disaster Recovery

• Add hypervisors to RHEV Manager and approve them • Modify storage connection using API. • Start the Vms[r]

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VERSUS VMWARE VSPHERE

VERSUS VMWARE VSPHERE

This document compares the pricing of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization with the pricing of VMware vSphere 5.5 for server virtualization. Both the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization subscription pricing and the VMware vSphere 5.5 license and support pricing are explained prior to the detailed pricing comparisons for the use cases of 100 and 300 virtual servers.

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OpenStack Installation Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, and Fedora

OpenStack Installation Guide for Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, and Fedora

If you are testing OpenStack in a virtual machine, you need to configure nova to use qemu without KVM and hardware virtualization. The second command relaxes SELinux rules to allow this mode of operation (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=753589) The last 2 commands here work around a libvirt issue fixed in RHEL 6.4. Note nested virtualization will be the much slower TCG variety, and you should provide lots of memory to the top level guest, as the OpenStack-created guests default to 2GM RAM with no overcommit.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 High Availability Add-On Overview

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 High Availability Add-On Overview

When Pacemaker determines that a node has failed, it communicates to other cluster-infrastructure components that the node has failed. STONITH fences the failed node when notified of the failure. Other cluster-infrastructure components determine what actions to take, which includes performing any recovery that needs to done. For example, DLM and GFS2, when notified of a node failure, suspend activity until they detect that STONITH has completed fencing the failed node. Upon confirmation that the failed node is fenced, DLM and GFS2 perform recovery. DLM releases locks of the failed node; GFS2 recovers the journal of the failed node.
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Dell and Red Hat Collaborate to Deliver OpenStack for Enterprise

Dell and Red Hat Collaborate to Deliver OpenStack for Enterprise

Radhesh Balakrishnan, GM of Red Hat’s Virtualization Business Unit, shared that their default customer engagement is now a solution-based relationship based on services and not solely on products. The baseline solution that customers are asking for breaks down into delivering a hypervisor, a cloud operating framework, and a consistent API for delivering application that can migrate and scale within and across private and public clouds.

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CONSOLIDATING THE STORAGE TIER FOR PERFORMANCE AND SCALABILITY Data Management and Protection with CommVault Simpana and Red Hat Storage

CONSOLIDATING THE STORAGE TIER FOR PERFORMANCE AND SCALABILITY Data Management and Protection with CommVault Simpana and Red Hat Storage

Commvault Simpana combined with Red Hat Storage provides a compelling data protection solu- tion that unifies storage management across data types, diverse storage infrastructure, and remote locations—all based on open scale-out storage. Consistently listed in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup/Recovery Software, CommVault Simpana lets organizations backup, restore, rep- licate, archive, and recover from disasters, while also enabling essential searching and data analysis. This innovative approach lets organizations build storage solutions tailored to their specific needs, avoiding vendor lock-in and costly proprietary NAS solutions while riding technology price curves for storage, processing, and memory.
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Installing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager RHEV-M on Windows 2008 R2.

Installing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager RHEV-M on Windows 2008 R2.

• RHEV-H is the virtualization software that runs on the physical servers that will host the virtual machines. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor is a custom Red Hat Enterprise Linux Distribution tunned for high performance virtualization.

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Deploying Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization On Tintri VMstore Systems Best Practices Guide

Deploying Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization On Tintri VMstore Systems Best Practices Guide

The Tintri VMstore’s feature rich UI provides a data center administrator the tools to effectively and efficiently manage virtual machines. The ability to visualize performance bottlenecks across all layers of the infrastructure, the ability to track performance and capacity utilization on a per virtual machine and per virtual disk basis, gives a data center administrator the tools necessary to simplify and scale virtualization environments and private cloud deployments.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform on HP ConvergedSystem 700x

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform on HP ConvergedSystem 700x

HP ConvergedSystem 700x is part of a family of solutions offering simplified, efficient, and reliable application deployment platforms. This solution is built on HP Converged Infrastructure, with integrated and optimized models for RHEL and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) virtualized workloads. Based on a modular design, ConvergedSystem 700x provides options for components and services to meet a broad set of requirements, deliver seamless scalability and provide an open on- ramp to the cloud.

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Real World Cloud Infrastructure with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and Red Hat Network Satellite

Real World Cloud Infrastructure with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and Red Hat Network Satellite

RHEL-H AP RHEV-H RHEV-H RHEL-H AP vCenter Client vCenter Converter ESXi ESXi ESXi VMware View LabManager* vCenter Server RHN Satellite Desktops Firewall Key Outbound Network [r]

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RH00005 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Entry Level, Self-support 1 year 1

RH00005 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server Entry Level, Self-support 1 year 1

RS00036 Red Hat Ceph Storage, Premium (Up to 256TB, 12 Physical Nodes) 3 24.000,00 RS00037 Red Hat Ceph Storage, Premium (Up to 512TB, 25 Physical Nodes) 3 44.800,00 RS00038 Red Hat Ceph Storage, Premium (Up to 1PB, 50 Physical Nodes) 3 80.000,00 RS00039 Red Hat Ceph Storage, Premium (Up to 2PB, 100 Physical Nodes) 3 156.000,00 RS00040 Red Hat Ceph Storage, Premium (Up to 3PB, 150 Physical Nodes) 3 228.000,00 RS00041 Red Hat Ceph Storage, Premium (Up to 4PB, 200 Physical Nodes) 3 296.000,00 RS00042 Red Hat Ceph Storage, Premium (Up to 5PB, 200 Physical Nodes) 3 360.000,00
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Red Hat Customer Portal 1 Managing User Access to the Red Hat Customer Portal and the Red Hat Network Application

Red Hat Customer Portal 1 Managing User Access to the Red Hat Customer Portal and the Red Hat Network Application

Only an RHN user whose account has been configured with the role of Organization Administrator can create and configure RHN and Red Hat Customer Portal user accounts. RHN Organization Administrators have unlimited access to RHN resources and functionality, and they have root privileges for all systems assigned to their organization on RHN. All other RHN users can access only the systems assigned to them and can use RHN to perform only the tasks associated with their assigned Roles. For more information on user roles, see Section 1.3.1.4, “ Access Permissions Tab” below or section 6.9.1.1.1 of the RHN Reference Guide.
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THE OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIES. Statewide Technical Architecture. Implementation Guidelines: Red Hat Enterprise Linux

THE OFFICE OF ENTERPRISE TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIES. Statewide Technical Architecture. Implementation Guidelines: Red Hat Enterprise Linux

An IP Load Balancing (IPLB) cluster appears as one server, but in reality, a user from the Web is accessing a group of servers behind a pair of redundant IPLB routers. An IPLB cluster consists of at least two layers. The first layer is composed of a pair of similarly configured Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS systems. One of these nodes acts as the active IPLB router (the other acts as a backup), directing requests from the Internet to the second layer--a pool of servers called real servers. The real servers provide the critical services to the end-user while the LVS router balances the load to these servers. The active router serves two roles in the cluster:
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform Update February 17, 2016

Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform Update February 17, 2016

Red Hat’s officially supported, enterprise-class, OpenStack distribution • Built specifically for, and tightly integrated with Red Hat Enterprise Linux • Released every six months; ~two months after upstream availability • Today based on Kilo - our version ‘7.0’

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Integrating Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with Microsoft Active Directory Presentation

Integrating Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with Microsoft Active Directory Presentation

Enterprise Linux Active Windows Server 2008 R2 Directory Winbind Kerberos LDAP SSSD NTP DNS NSS Samba SMB/CIFS... Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)1[r]

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The Virtualization of the Enterprise

The Virtualization of the Enterprise

A Virtual Enterprise (VE), as defined here, is a company that oursources a majority of its business functions in a BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) manner; nonetheless, the corporate governance function is still maintained to coordinate all other function activities and legally identify the Enterprise. The BPO outsources the business processes, the technology and people executing them, and, as such, all layers of an Enterprise Architecture.

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Expert Overview of Costs, Trends and More

Expert Overview of Costs, Trends and More

You may need other software to enable features like high availability, clustering, failover, virtual server migration or backup. The needs will vary with each organization. Regardless of the actual products selected, server virtualization software costs should include the initial purchase and licensing price along with annual maintenance fees. Careful management is essential to prevent virtual machine (VM) licensing costs from spiraling out of control.

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Red Hat Enterprise MRG: Messaging, Realtime, and Grid Bryan Che

Red Hat Enterprise MRG: Messaging, Realtime, and Grid Bryan Che

Messaging is the backbone of enterprise and high-performance computing, SOA deployments, and platform services. However, messaging offerings usually have restricted capabilities, forcing users to choose between high-speed messaging systems for deployments like market-data applications, reliable messaging systems for scenarios where guaranteed delivery is crucial, and other solutions for messaging of large, multi-gigabyte payloads. Furthermore, these different messaging systems are fundamentally incompatible with each other — meaning that enterprises that have broad messaging requirements often must purchase multiple, incompatible messaging products and deploy them in silos — increasing complexity and cost.
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Disaster Recovery Plan Florida-Bahamas Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America April 4, 2014

Disaster Recovery Plan Florida-Bahamas Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America April 4, 2014

Planning for the recovery of information services in the wake of a disaster is an important component of the successful function of the synod as an organization. Recovery efforts involve the time, energy and coordination of staff within the synod. A successful recovery plan is necessary to provide a precise guideline for directing staff efforts in the event of fire, hurricane, tornado, flood or other catastrophes that could theoretically take place. This document is a record of the recovery plan for the Florida- Bahamas Synod office.

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Managing traditional and cloud workloads simultaneously

Managing traditional and cloud workloads simultaneously

red Hat enterprise linux openstack platform, a massively scalable IaaS offering that delivers an open, flexible, and enterprise-ready private cloud foundation built on Red Hat OpenStack technol- ogy and the Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform. As a top contributor to the community OpenStack project, Red Hat uses its long-standing open source community leadership to create trusted, enter- prise-supported private cloud infrastructure. This infrastructure is ideally suited for organizations as they start to evolve their workload portfolios to architectures that are scale-out, latency-tolerant, and designed for availability at the application level.
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