Commercial Linux distributor Red Hat today got its freestanding, bare-metal Enterprise Virtualization hypervisor, a hardened version of the KVM hypervisor it took control of last summer, to market. That makes Red Hat a player as x64 servers the world over are set for a massive wave of virtualization. Red Hat announced its …
Requires WINDOWS for the Management server!
How friggin **RETARDED**... the "Management Server" requires Windows!
That's exactly the reason we've rejected VMware and Citrix... now Red Hat are doing the same.
Of all the possible ways to *EPIC FAIL* what could have been a huge product, that's just done it.
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