garymazzaferro at gmail.com
Thu Oct 29 09:56:40 CDT 2009
Sure, libvirt makes sense if you were 'not' writing to an occi data model.
eprparadocs at gmail.com wrote:
> That makes sense. Thanks.
> Sam Johnston wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 12:10 PM, <eprparadocs at gmail.com
>> <mailto:eprparadocs at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Why not just use libvirt? It is already there, controls all VM systems
>> and has all the requisite parts.
>> That's not a bad idea, but is it not a lower level API dealing with
>> virtualisation directly? For example products like Enomaly use it to
>> control the hypvervisor on the host but then are also candidates for
>> exposing an OCCI API for remote clients.
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