First I just found out about the KVM Forum 2013, taking place inÂ Edinburgh, Scotland.
You can find all kinds of information and videos of the presentation on the G+ page!
This is an incredible resource for anyone thinking of deploying KVM (Proxmox/VE!) in a serious setting. Â Unlike VMWare ESX this is a free solution with no insane license restrictions. Â Not to mention that KVM+Qemu is far more flexible than any traditional x86 focused hypervisor will ever be. Â And poor Microsoft still doesn’t yet offer x86_64 solution.
I also got a ping back from Linux Lifestyle, about a challenge to find an ancient version of Linux. Â Although the real credit goes to the excellent preservation work of oldlinux.org .
Personal note, I got the flu (again!) and have been sick.. which is why the lag in the network stuff, but I’ll bang more on it tomorrow. Â I’ll finally get to adding remote sites, routing protocols, and all that fun stuff. Â Internet/NAT/Firewalls afterwards. Â ASA stuff too, as much as I don’t like them.