VirtTech + plans for Linux Fest
I also have high interest in this
been looking at oVert, deltacloud, eucaliptus, and openstack... oh and
oh boy- i guess i better make the basics like KVM and stuff that I am
barely familiar with (I am being stupid!) I am getting used to
VirtualBox and have used VMWare Fusion for a few years but they dont
count on Virt plats (really)
Since Tex Linux Fest is in San Antonio, we are also gonna have to get
hotel rooms to be there economically... I think we should think now on
grouping up so we don't get screwed for boarding.
I am super bad on money so networking on this upcoming weeks in advance
would be good for me and others in my position.
Can we network on working something out?
On 7/3/12 2:05 PM, Robert Parkhurst wrote:
> Hi Everyone,
> In looking at discussion topics for future meetings, virtualization is
> a topic that has come up a few times. Personally, the bulk of my
> experience is with VMware (workstation and server) as well as
> VirtualBox. I also have some experience with KVM and Hyper-V
> (windows). However, if anyone has experience with KVM, Hyper-V, Xen
> or any other technologies, and you'd like to participate please let me
> know. I'd love to either have a presentation or open discussion where
> each of the current major players are, their approach to
> virtualization, and where they may be headed in the future.
> If you are interested please let me know.