The Red Hat Summit is going on right now, and yesterday some big announcements were made. Included with these was the announcement that Red Hat Virtualization 3.2 was being made immediately available for use.
The latest version includes some great new features, including full Storage Live Migration, allowing for virtual images to be moved without disrupting service. As well as this, a new third-party plug-in framework has been developed with community and vendor collaboration, allowing for third parties to create apps for RHV that link directly with the management interface, and access native functionality.
There’s also general improvements to storage management, networking management, fencing and power management, Spice console enhancements, logging and monitoring. Support for new AMD and Intel chips has also bee added, and you can read more about this and the update in general from the Red Hat blog.
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