[CentOS-virt] Introducing ConVirt 2.0
jdsw2002 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 9 20:28:19 UTC 2010
Thanks for sharing your view points.
You are right, If some one wants to make a mess.. they can do it as easily with Web interface as with command line tools.
As far as *good* reasons why you may want to consider ConVirt 2.0 for your needs, please see the following url,
Feel free to compare it with other open source tools and give suggestions on what you would like to see.
Just a side note, one announcement per release is hardly be categorized under "spamming" or "commercials".
--- On Sun, 3/7/10, Christopher G. Stach II <cgs at ldsys.net> wrote:
> From: Christopher G. Stach II <cgs at ldsys.net>
> Subject: Re: [CentOS-virt] Introducing ConVirt 2.0
> To: "Discussion about the virtualization on CentOS" <centos-virt at centos.org>
> Date: Sunday, March 7, 2010, 12:54 AM
> ----- "Pasi Kärkkäinen" <pasik at iki.fi>
> > On Sat, Mar 06, 2010 at 09:04:20AM -0500, Kanwar
> Ranbir Sandhu wrote:
> > > Why would one use ConVirt instead of the
> management tools included in
> > > RHEL and/or CentOS? What's the difference?
> > RHEL/CentOS doesn't provide web-based management.. or
> even easy
> > multi-host / cluster management of virtualization
> > -- Pasi
> Are there any *good* reasons? (Since I really hate
> commercials, I feel compelled to present my contrarian
> viewpoint.) ConVirt addresses a pretty small portion of the
> virtualization landscape, and it consists of only a few
> significant parts:
> 1. Do what other free and open tools already do.
> 2. Slap a web interface on it!
> 3. Spam lists.
> 4. Rope in suckers.
> The suggestion that a web interface is a value add to an
> infrastructure issue is at least insulting. You could
> attempt to slap a web interface on a fuel injection system
> (or maybe at least give access to the magic a la
> MegaSquirt), but a bunch of assholes are still going to blow
> something up. It's not going to give any admin worth his or
> her salt a boner because it's not readily scriptable and it
> amounts to candy for retards. Secondly, everything else that
> it does is already there. If you can't do it, you shouldn't
> be touching the machines.
> The tool may or may not address some vanilla installations
> (if there ever was one), but if you need something like
> that, you are probably better off with EC2 or at least
> letting someone else handle it.
> Christopher G. Stach II
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