Live Migration in KubeVirt

This article was published originally at https://kubevirt.io/2020/Live-migration.html Introduction This blog post will be explaining on KubeVirt’s ability to perform live migration of virtual machines. Live Migration is a process during which a running Virtual Machine Instance moves to another compute node while the guest workload continues to run and remain accessible. The concept of live migration is already well-known among virtualization platforms and enables administrators to keep user workloads running while the servers can be moved to maintenance for any reason that you might think of like:...

March 22, 2020 · 6 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

Katacoda scenario redirection

After my post about Katacoda, I did split my initial scenarios into ‘organizations’. One of them, is in progress to get contributed upstream to KubeVirt project Katacoda (still getting some reviews to land on final repo), and the other is under Citellus organization. As the goal was not to lose visits using the prior links, I contacted the team behind Katacoda Support (thanks a lot Ben!!) and the requirements to get a ‘redirect’ in place is to:...

July 31, 2019 · 1 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez

Katacoda scenario creation

After some time checking the scenarios at https://learn.openshift.com, I decided to give it a try. With the help of Mario Vázquez, author of Getting Started with Kubefed, I did create two scenarios: How to use Citellus on Citellus: Troubleshooting automation KubeVirt on a ‘browser-based’ approach for MiniKube setup for validating KubeVirt: Kubernetes with VM Virtualization (versus the regular containers). You can check how them can be created by looking at their code at: Katacoda Scenarios or the ‘playable’ version at https://www....

June 11, 2019 · 1 min · Pablo Iranzo Gómez
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