[CentOS-devel] A Big Idea for a New Decade [was: Minutes for CentOS Board of Directors 2019-12-18 Meeting]

Lars Seipel

lars.seipel at gmail.com
Tue Jan 7 16:08:40 UTC 2020

On Tue, Jan 07, 2020 at 08:59:17AM -0500, Neal Gompa wrote:
>However, Fedora Server Edition is what people use to run their
>*own* servers with Fedora, and that also includes things like VMs in
>more traditional hypervisor setups (oVirt/RHV, VMware,
>XCP-ng/XenServer, etc.).

That's certainly not universal. People *do* use the cloud images for 
deployment to on-prem virtualization setups. They're generally faster to 
deploy than full Anaconda installs.

Also, in oVirt/RHV, the preconfigured images (the ovirt-image-repository 
Glance provider) are based on the generic cloud images produced by 
Fedora and CentOS.

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