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Re: [Linux-cluster] Building a HP Cluster



... And development is smokin'...

Testing oVirt 3.3 with Nested KVM
http://community.redhat.com/testing-ovirt-3-3-with-nested-kvm/

+Up and Running with oVirt 3.3
http://community.redhat.com/up-and-running-with-ovirt-3-3/

oVirt 3.3 Spices Up the Software Defined Datacenter with OpenStack and
Gluster Integration
http://community.redhat.com/ovirt-3-3-spices-up-the-software-defined-datacenter-with-openstack-and-gluster-integration/

oVirt 3.3, Glusterized
http://community.redhat.com/ovirt-3-3-glusterized/

Neutron Networking on OpenStack for Networking Dummies
http://community.redhat.com/neutron-networking-on-openstack-for-networking-dummies/



On Wed, Oct 16, 2013, at 10:55, merc1984 f-m fm wrote:
> It is the case that Amazon's AWS is entirely in-house.
> 
> But enough information is here:
> EC2 Origins:  http://blog.b3k.us/2009/01/25/ec2-origins.html
> 
> To indicate that oVirt + Gluster would be a good start, at least
> off-the-shelf.
> 
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