- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) with the Resilient Storage Add-On
Useful References and Guides
This guide offers Red Hat's collection of support policies, requirements, and limitations for RHEL Resilient Storage components running on High Availability clusters. Users of RHEL Resilient Storage should adhere to these policies in order to be eligible for support from Red Hat with the appropriate product support subscriptions.
Because RHEL Resilient Storage is a collection of software that is necessarily deployed on top of RHEL High Availability, the policies and requirements specific to those High Availability components are pertinent to Resilient Storage clusters. Be sure to review the policy guide linked above, as well as the product documentation for RHEL, RHEL High Availability, and RHEL Resilient Storage.
General Policies for RHEL Resilient Storage
- RHEL High Availability Policies Applicable to Resilient Storage
- Subscriptions, Support Services, and Software Access
RHEL High Availability Cluster Designs and Architectures for Resilient Storage uses
- Platforms and architectures
- NOTE: RHEL Resilient Storage adopts the platform and architecture policies of RHEL High Availability, except where otherwise covered in the below policy guides.
- Resilient Storage on Alibaba Cloud (Aliyun) Instances
- Resilient Storage on Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 Instances
- Resilient Storage on Google Cloud Platform GCE Instances
- Resilient Storage on IBM z Systems
- Resilient Storage on Microsoft Azure VMs
- Resilient Storage supports a maximum of 16 nodes.
- Deployments spanning multiple-sites
- Cluster Interconnect Network Latency
- Cluster Interconnect Network Interfaces
RHEL Resilient Storage Usage and Applications
- Applications and Use Cases of Resilient Storage