As a Red Hat Premier Partner, Quru made the strategic decision to consolidate its entire IT infrastructure on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization to better manage its technology landscape and achieve flexibility and scalability.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 provides an excellent foundation for database deployments with demonstrated stability, scalability, and performance.
This whitepaper is intended for IT leaders and industry analysts. It explains:
This paper describes the process of migrating virtual machines from a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 server running a Xen hypervisor implementation to a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization server using the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization virtual-to-virtual migration tools.
This reference architecture demonstrates the use of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux High Availability Add-On running on virtual machines within a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environment. This paper creates two separate high availability clusters within environment.
Download this reference architecture for a detailed look at how to deploy, configure, and manage highly available file shares using clustered Samba on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® 6.
This paper discusses the scaling of SAP running in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 virtual machines. The virtual machines are running in a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) 3.0 environment using a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 server as the hypervisor.
This paper details how to deploy and integrate Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with Samba file services into Windows 2008 Active Directory domains. Basic concepts as well as detailed, step by step installation, configuration and integration tasks are provided.