Redhat Virtulzation

Posted on 2013-09-06
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I heard from one of the consultant which he explain briefly that Linux Rhelv can be use for virtualization and support VM  fail-over ( host / guest ), what he said is we can combine physically two server  and make it as one virtual machine ?

Is there any web link or document which I can further my reading on
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Please go through below articles

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

Complete Overview of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

KVM guests running on standalone system then go through the link below

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Thanks for the link :)

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