• Tag : virtualization

 
 

Deploying Cloudvision Portal (CVP) on Proxmox VE

Introduction Proxmox is an open source server virtualization solution based on QEMU/KVM and LXC.  You can manage virtual machines, containers, high availability clusters, storage and networks with an integrated, easy-to-use web interface or via CLI. The purpose of this article is to assist in deployment of Arista’s Cloudvision Portal (CVP) within Proxmox VE.  The benefit of utilizing CVP within Proxmox VE is that it offers an open source, subscription free option for those who may not be able to afford proper VMware licensing for lab/demo deployments and/or would like to utilize the rich, open source feature set provided by Proxmox...
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cEOS-lab in GNS3

GNS3 is a great tool to visualize your (home-)lab environment and simulate all kinds of network topologies using different virtualization and isolation technologies. It has been widely used to create environments using vEOS-lab, but because vEOS-lab requires quite some resources (e.g. 2GB of RAM is required) the scale of these labs was often quite limited, especially on low-memory devices. Arista’s cEOS-lab is a new way of packaging the EOS-lab suite. Using the Docker container daemon, it is possible to use the kernel of the host machine and to only run the EOS processes that are required on the machine, making...
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integration with Hyper-V

What is the solution of Arista working together with Hyper-V? Please can you give us an example. Do we have the vision of virtual machines in the same way of VM tracer?

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