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  • by awels -

    In this blog post we are exploring the possibilities of deploying Kube Virt on top of Open Shift which is running inside an oVirt VM. First we must prepare the environment. In my testing I created a VM with 4 cpus, 14G memory and a 100G disk. I then installed Centos 7.4 minimal on it. I also have nested virtualization enabled on my hosts, so any VMs I create can run VMs inside them. These instructions are specific to oVirt, however if you are running another virtualization platform that can nested virtualization this will also work.

    For this example I chose to use a single VM for everything, but I could have done different VMs for my master/nodes/storage/etc, for simplicity I used a single VM.



  • by fabiand -

    This is a close-to weekly update from the KubeVirt team.

    In general there is now more work happening outside of the core kubevirt repository.



  • by jcpowermac, booxter -

    Introduction

    In this post we will research and discover how KubeVirt networking functions along with Kubernetes objects services and ingress. This should also provide enough technical details to start troubleshooting your own environment if a problem should arise. So with that let’s get started.



  • by fabiand -

    This is a close-to weekly update from the KubeVirt team.

    In general there is now more work happening outside of the core kubevirt repository.



  • by fabiand -

    This is a weekly update from the KubeVirt team.

    In general there is now more work happening outside of the core kubevirt repository.



  • by fabiand -

    This is a weekly update from the KubeVirt team.

    We are currently driven by



  • by fabiand -

    This is a bi-weekly update from the KubeVirt team.

    We are currently driven by

    • Building a solid user-story around KubeVirt

    • Caring about end-to-end (backend, core, ui)

    • Getting dependencies into shape (storage)

    • Improve the user-experience for users (UI, deployment)

    • Being easier to be used on Kubernetes and OpenShift



  • by fabiand -

    This is a weekly update from the KubeVirt team.



  • by fabiand -

    This is a weekly update from the KubeVirt team.

    We are currently driven by

    • Building a solid user-story around KubeVirt

    • Caring about end-to-end (backend, core, ui)

    • Rework our architecture

    • Getting dependencies into shape (storage)

    • Improve the user-experience for users (UI, deployment)

    • Being easier to be used on Kubernetes and OpenShift



  • by fabiand -

    This is a weekly update from the KubeVirt team - including the holiday backlog update.

    We are currently driven by

    • Building a solid user-story around KubeVirt

    • Caring about end-to-end (backend, core, ui)

    • Rework out architecture

    • Getting dependencies into shape (storage)

    • Improve the user-experience for users (UI, deployment)

    • Being easier to be used on Kubernetes and OpenShift




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