March 15, 2016

Red Hat Courts Antsy Unix Users with RHEV 3.6 Release

With the release of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.6, Red Hat has set its sites on helping to move mission critical Unix workloads over to Linux machines.

“We have continued to see demand for mission-critical workloads that have previously avoided virtualization, especially those tied to Unix-to-Linux migrations,” wrote Scott Herold, Red Hat principal product manager for RHEV, in an email. “RHEV 3.6 ties these mission-critical workloads directly to Unix-Linux migrations with new storage throughput features.”

The release comes with a number of other new features as well, including add management consoles and tooling capabilities and tighter integration with Red Hat CloudForms, the company’s hybrid cloud management software. 

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