On April, 3rd John Priest announced Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager 4.3 release.
Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager (OLVM), built on open-source project oVirt, has an huge list of capabilities and features that allow a perfect integration to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
In fact, between the others, OLVM is capable to manage the NIC Virtual Functions (SR-IOV) today available on a Bare-Meta shape Instance running on OCI.
So I decided to create a dedicated technical article with all the steps on how-to BYOH (Bring Your own Hypervisor), deploy and configure Oracle Linux KVM and Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager on OCI.
The final architecture of the solution is available in this picture:
The step-by-step technical article is available on our Oracle Communities website at following URL:
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