[libvirt] OpenSource-Management of private Clouds and Virtualisation

Arno-Can Uestuensoez acue at i4p.com
Sat Nov 27 08:17:25 UTC 2010

Hello Justin,
sorry again for the late answer.

Justin Clift wrote:
> Taking a look through the site and docs, I didn't see anything related to libvirt.
> Arno-Can, what does this have to do with the libvirt project?
The relation is indirect for now.

The managed task is the same - the management of user sessions to 
various hypervisors.
The difference is that the UnifiedSesionsManager utilizes the 
commandline interfaces, not yet
a library interface. This has pros and cons.

One main advance of this project is simple integration of new 
hypervisors and applications,
and the handling of huge amounts of VMs with an automatic inventory 
scanner and a CSV text
database. Thus it is for example quite good usable for the handling of 
development, debugging
and test environments for the development of libvirt.

The main intention was to present this as an R&D utilitiy, but also as 
an alternate interface,
which emphasizes the personal customization of workspaces and sets of 

The following versions are intended to use additionally a library based 
API in combination with
distributed server daemons and an LDAP storage, thus most probably apply 
libvirt and potentially
contribute to libvirt too.

> Kind of seems like spam. :(
> Regards,
> Justin Clift
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Yours sincerly
Arno-Can Uesteunsoez


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