Open your virtual datacenter
oVirt manages virtual machines, storage and virtualized networks.
oVirt is a virtualization platform with an easy-to-use web interface
oVirt is powered by the Open Source you know - KVM on Linux.
oVirt 3.4.3 Released!
The oVirt development team is pleased to announce the general availability of oVirt 3.4.3 as of Jul 18th 2014. This release continues to place oVirt as a leading KVM management application and open source alternative to VMware vSphere.
oVirt is available now for Fedora 19 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 (or similar).
This release of oVirt includes numerous bug fixes. See the 3.4.3 release notes for a list of the new features and bugs fixed., and the 3.4 release notes for new features in the 3.4 branch!
Packed with Features
- Choice of stand-alone Hypervisor or install-on-top of your existing Linux installation
- High availability
- Live migration
- Load balancing
- Web-based management interface
- Self-hosted engine
- iSCSI, FC, NFS, and local storage
- Enhanced security: SELinux and Mandatory Access Control for VMs and hypervisor
- Scalability: up to 64 vCPU and 2TB vRAM per guest
- Memory overcommit support (Kernel Samepage Merging)
- Developer SDK for ovirt-engine, written in Python
Community is Key
Everyone is encouraged to join the oVirt community, and help us bring our open source software to virtual datacenters worldwide.
Community can be found in many places in the global community. Keep track of the latest happenings in the oVirt community, including new release announcements, and send your thoughts and links to virtualization-related topics on these social media channels:
Date: September 11-13, 2014
Location: Orlando, Florida
Fossetcon is not a GNU/Linux conference, nor is it a *BSD conference. Fossetcon can be more described as a *nix(Unix like) conference that focuses primarily on Free and Open Source Software and the systems that run it - whether it be hardware or software.
Date: October 13-15, 2014
Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
The only event in Europe covering all matters Linux - offering collaboration and education for everyone in the ecosystem from developers and maintainers to sys admins and architects to business executives and community members.
User Case Study
Judici offers the public litigant information, criminal and civil court information, case minutes, and calendar data for hearings, and is rolling out the capability to e-file cases online for 68 of Illinois' 102 county courts. And it's making this happen with completely open source software.
Learn more how Judici has scaled from hardware virtualization to using KVM, Gluster, and oVirt to bring order to the Illinois court system.