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Red Hat (and KVM) are still RHEL-evant

Apr 24, 2010, 19:02 (0 Talkback[s])

"I started to read with a bipartisan mindset about "Xen and Theory of RHEL-evance" posted in the Citrix community blog by Simon Crosby. What appears to be a great title at first seems to be mostly FUD on why KVM is doomed for failure especially in the enterprise marketplace and Red Hat will drown with it. It did not have enough facts, just FUD most of the time. I would to counter his so called "facts" here as its been a long time anyway since I last updated my blog.

"Firstly Simon recommends that if you wanna go virtual with a Linux / RHEL mindset, that you should go with Oracle Enterprise Linux (OEL) because …

"It is a superior, enterprise class version of RHEL, and typically more up to date than it, and OEL is guaranteed to be compatible with RHEL."

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