Red Hat announces Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation 3.4

Offers new advancements in enterprise-scale virtualisation management

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Red Hat announces Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation 3.4 Radhesh Balakrishnan, general manager, virtualisation and OpenStack, Red Hat believes that the latest release enables the company to provide broader functionality in traditional virtualisation.
By  Helen Gaskell Published  June 17, 2014

Red Hat, Inc. has today announced the global availability of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation 3.4, said to enable organisations to scale their traditional virtualisation workloads to an enterprise-scale level, while providing an on-ramp to deploy cloud enabled workloads based on OpenStack.

Virtualisation 3.4 enables organisations to build scalable IT infrastructures including: upgraded affinity/anti-affinity groups; template versioning; enhanced networking through a multi-host network configuration; New Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) notification service; and mixed storage domains.

Radhesh Balakrishnan, general manager, virtualisation and OpenStack, Red Hat, said: "This latest release of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation truly enables us to provide broader functionality in traditional virtualisation by delivering updates to the enterprise features customers have come to expect.

"Proven enterprise adoption of Red Hat's virtualisation solutions across a variety of markets has enabled us to adapt to growing customer needs for a flexible virtualised infrastructure and provide the necessary tools for OpenStack adoption to help customers position themselves to address future needs."

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation 3.4, which includes a suite of features to help future-proof a traditional virtual infrastructure, also offers advanced tech previews of core OpenStack features, enabling organisations to eliminate silos and facilitate the journey to the private cloud, including: OpenStack Image Service (Glance) integration enhancements and OpenStack Networking (Neutron) integration enhancements.

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