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Marko Weber weber at zackbummfertig.de
Tue Jan 17 13:34:23 UTC 2012

Hallo Christian,

have look on ovirt (redhat).

ovirt-node.x86_64 : The RHEV Hypervisor daemons/scripts
ovirt-node-tools.noarch : RHEV Hypervisor tools for building and 
running an RHEV Hypervisor image

Dunno if you can compare it too vmware vcenter, but ovirt is what i 
think you need to manage vm's and hosts.
clustering motion etc

Its in the Repos for Centos.


Am 17.01.2012 10:20, schrieb Christian Parpart:
> Hi all,
> I know that redhat has some web based GUI for managing libvirt 
> clusters,
> however, I am not having purchased redhat :-)
> Is there any good open-source web frontend you can recommend for 
> managing
> your libvirt instances? Ideally with VNC/spice support for connecting
> to the remote?
> I know of proxmox, which we used so far for our openvz containers, 
> but
> I am about
> to migrate to KVM (and possibly linux-vserver / LXC).
> Many thanks,
> Christian.
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