Get the most out of oVirt with moVirt app

by | Sep 10, 2015

The oVirt development team has released moVirt, a mobile application for oVirt users to manage their data center.

This app complements the web dashboard and has three main features:

-Monitoring the virtual machine health, such as Memory/CPU use, status and events

-SPICE & VNC integration

-It bridges the physical world of servers with oVirt virtual world using augmented reality techniques that allows to scan data matrix codes located on servers.

The last feature is particularly relevant, as a user can use the camera of his device to gather additional data, such as host status, use of resources and VMs running on a physical server.

moVirt results from the work of oVirt development team and the Outreachy GNOME project.

The Android app is already available at Google Play and the iOS version is coming soon.

For further info have a look at moVirt YouTube channel

Source: Red Hat Open Source Community



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