Al parecer se viene una temporada "nueva", para mi opinion atractiva ...muy atractiva :
En el site de RedHat : http://www.redhat.com/about/news/prarchive/2010/cisco.html?sc_cid=70160000000IhLmAAK, parte de la noticia dice:
"As the Linux market grows, the integration between Cisco's VN-Link technology and Red Hat's KVM hypervisor represents a high-performance virtualization offering for the open source market from two industry leaders, and expands the choices for deploying virtualization on Linux platforms while enabling the same level of security and policy for virtual machines that exists for physical servers."
"With the tight integration between the Cisco Unified Computing System and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, we are offering our joint customers significantly enhanced virtualization performance capabilities," said Brian Stevens, chief technology officer and vice president, Engineering at Red Hat. "Today, Red Hat becomes the first Linux vendor to offer an integrated VN-Link virtualization solution with Cisco, marking another important step forward in Red Hat's virtualization and Linux technology leadership."
"The growth of virtualization in the datacenter and cloud computing, coupled with the adoption of Linux-based server infrastructures, has created a need for a simplified solution for virtualized server I/O," said Ed Bugnion, chief technology officer, Server Access and Virtualization business unit at Cisco. "The combination of the Cisco Unified Computing System and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization means that organizations can take advantage of Cisco innovation backed by the momentum of the open source community, resulting in an open, integrated and tuned environment for virtual infrastructure deployment."
The integrated solution is expected to be available from Red Hat and Cisco later this year in line with the availability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, including the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor.