Re: Mitel only supported VMware virtualization platform for some CentOS servers based products

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I finaly find enough legal stuff, from the French government recommandations, to qualify our CentOS KVM/libvirt as a platform we can use.

By the way the legal advisory of KVM is not as the save level as its technical quality :

Le 11/07/2018 à 18:07, Jean-Marc Liger a écrit :


Some Mitel products, which are CentOS 6.x or 7.x servers based with some telephony services added, are only supported on VMware virtualisation platform, even all if theses CentOS guests are certified on last CentOS/Redhat Virtualization or Microsoft Hyper V platforms.

So, at he moment we have three bad choices :
- Migrate part of our virtualization services from KVM/libvirt to VMware ;
- Install Mitel concerned product on a physical server ;
- Stay on KVM/libvirt and lose Mitel support for this product.

I'm seeking for technical/legal arguments which could help us to stay on KVM/libvirt without losing Mitel support.



Jean-Marc LIGER
Ingénieur Systèmes et Réseaux de Communication

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