As a Linux vendor, Red Hat obviously wants its customers to run
its technologies on Linux. In the case of the Red Hat Enterprise
Virtualization (RHEV) management system, customers to date have had
to run the system on Microsoft Windows.
That's now about to change.
"The management system has been re-written as a Java app that
runs on top of a RHEL [Red Hat Enterprise Linux] server," Navin
Thadani, senior director of Red Hat's virtualization business, told
InternetNews.com. "So we've removed the Microsoft Windows server