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One of the really great things about working with communities is when you wake up one morning and find someone has generously donated their time and effort to deliver something that benefits all.
In this case, oVirt has Wesley Morais de Oliveira to thank for releasing a set of 10 videos detailing the basic steps for setting up and configuring oVirt. This includes the oVirt Engine as well as oVirt Node.
Actually, this is something de Oliveira has done before: the Brazilian community member has already produced a six-part series videos on oVirt Hosted Engine feature, and a 20-part series of basic oVirt set up, all in Portuguese.
The 10 videos released this week have no audio, and use English captions to convey details of the set up steps. If de Oliveira is planning to match his original series, then we should see an additional 10 videos with English captions in the future.
For now, here are the first 10 videos in the English series:
- Part 1: Enable Nested KVM
- Part 2: Download and Install QEMU
- Part 3: Set Fixed IP, FQDN, and oVirt Download Engine
- Part 4: Creating NFS Share
- Part 5: Set oVirt Engine
- Part 6: Download, Create VM and Install oVirt Node
- Part 7: Set oVirt Node
- Part 8: Add Node and Shared Folder to Engine
- Part 9: Add Shared Folder to ISO Files
- Part 10: Create VM Within oVirt and Install SPICE
About the author
Brian Proffitt is a Manager within Red Hat's Open Source Program Office, focusing on content generation, community metrics, and special projects. Brian's experience with community management includes knowledge of community onboarding, community health, and business alignment. Prior to joining Red Hat in 2014, he was a technology journalist with a focus on Linux and open source, and the author of 22 consumer technology books.