oVirt 3.3 Can Better Compete With VMware vSphere
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 16 September 2013 at 09:38 PM EDT. 4 Comments
OVirt 3.3 was released today as an open-source KVM virtualization management application targeting data centers as an open-source alternative to VMware's proprietary vSphere product. The oVirt 3.3 release pulls in many new features.

Among the features to oVirt 3.3.0 include better integration with Gluster storage, extensibility improvements, better scheduling and automation, integration with OpenStack's Glance and Neutron, expanded API support, a UI plug-in framework, and much more.

More details on oVirt 3.3 can be discovered at oVirt.org.
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