[CentOS] Proxmox Backup Server equivalent for the RHEL/CentOS world ?

Tue Apr 13 12:23:58 UTC 2021
Simon Matter <simon.matter at invoca.ch>

> On 13.04.21 12:33, Simon Matter wrote:
>>> Once upon a time, Nicolas Kovacs <info at microlinux.fr> said:
>>>> Both PVE and PBS are based on Debian, and now I wonder if RHEL-based
>>>> systems
>>>> have something similar to offer.
>>> I believe Red Hat Virtualization, and its open upstream oVirt, are
>>> comparable to Proxmox.  I have used oVirt for a number of years.  oVirt
>>> itself doesn't include backup software (it supports VM snapshots and
>>> clones), but there are several third-party backup tools (both free and
>>> commercial) compatible with oVirt/RHV, like Storeware's vProtect (I
>>> haven't used it but seen others mention it).
>> I haven't followed oVirt/RHV but I'm wondering how free it is? Is it as
>> "free" as RHEL or as CentOS/Alma/Rocky/Navy/Oracle Linux?
> Upstream -> Product
> Fedora -> RHEL
> oVirt  -> RHV

Thanks for the confirmation.

In other words, we'll soon have four or more almost 100% identical
rebuilds of RHEL but only 1 very lacking EPEL and 0 RHV clones ;-)