Choices for Red Hat virtualization include RHEL, RHEV and OpenStack

| February 10, 2017

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Different options are available for Red Hat virtualization management. If you need to deploy virtual machines (VMs) on just a few servers, use the KVM functionality that is included with each version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). This is supported with each version of RHEL 7, and you won't need to purchase additional licenses to run VMs on top of RHEL 7. In this configuration, two management interfaces are available, neither of which manages an integrated virtualization environment; they only manage VMs that run on top of the Linux server.

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