In the previous blog post in this series we looked at what single root I/O virtualization (SR-IOV) networking is all about and we discussed why it is an important addition to Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform. In this second post we would like to provide a more detailed overview of the implementation, some thoughts on the current limitations, as well as what enhancements are being worked on in the OpenStack community.
Note: this post does not intend to provide a full end to end configuration guide. Customers with an active subscription are welcome to visit the official article covering SR-IOV Networking in Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 6 for a complete procedure.
Setting up the Environment
In our small test environment we used two physical nodes: one serves as a Compute node for hosting virtual machine (VM) instances, and the other serves as both the OpenStack Controller and Network node. Both nodes are running Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.
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As this Spring’s OpenStack Summit in Vancouver approaches, the Foundation has now posted the session agenda, outlining the final schedule of events. I am very pleased to report that Red Hat and eNovance have more than 40 approved sessions that will be included in the weeks agenda, with a few more approved as joint partner sessions, and even a few more as waiting alternates.
This vote of confidence confirms that Red Hat and eNovance continue to remain in sync with the current topics, projects, and technologies the OpenStack community and customers are most interested in and concerned with.
Red Hat is also a headline sponsor in Vancouver this Spring, along with Intel, SolidFire, and HP, and will have a dedicated keynote presentation, along with the 40+ accepted sessions. To learn more about Red Hat’s accepted sessions, have a look at the details below. Be sure to visit us at the below sessions and at our booth (#H4). We look forward to seeing you in Vancouver in May!
For more details on each session, click on the title below:
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