Sander van Vugt is an independent trainer and consultant living in the Netherlands. Van Vugt is an expert in Linux high availability, virtualization and performance and has completed several projects that implement all three. Sander is also a regular speaker on many Linux conferences all over the world. He is also the writer of various Linux-related books, such as Beginning the Linux Command Line, Beginning Ubuntu Server Administration and Pro Ubuntu Server Administration.
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Contributions from Sander van Vugt
- The best way to create KVM snapshots
- For quick KVM virtualization, skip the management platform
- KVM virtual disks: Files or raw devices?
- The case for OS-level high availability
- Virsh command basics
- Two methods for more powerful KVM networking
- Bridging the networking gaps in RHEL 6.3
- Red Hat to merge virtualization and cloud services
- What to expect from RHEV 3.2
- The Xen hypervisor may be poised for a revival
- Data center use cases for Red Hat Storage are limited
- Building a highly available oVirt 3.1 environment
- Cluster I/O fencing explained
- Comparing RHEV features to vSphere and Hyper-V
- Getting started and adding VMs with oVirt 3.1
- Why you should consider manually controlled HA
- Better flexibility with new Red Hat storage features
- Differentiating between RHEV 3.1 and oVirt 3.1
- User-friendly RHEV 3.1 management
- VirtualBox as a hypervisor alternative?