How does Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure (RHHI) support work?

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  • Red Hat Virtualization (RHV) 4.1 with Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure (RHHI) 1.0/1.1
  • RHV 4.2 with RHHI 1.5
  • RHV 4.3 with RHHI 1.6


  • How does Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure work, both in terms of entitlements needed as well as layering of Red Hat Virtualization plus its guests and Red Hat Storage?


NOTE: RHHI 1.0, 1.1 are not supported to run on RHV 4.2, however RHHI 1.5 is supported. RHHI is not supported with RHV 4.0.

For further details please see our Version Compatibility matrix

  • Red Hat Hyperconverged Infrastructure (RHHI) is an offering based on Red Hat Virtualization(RHV) and Red Hat Storage (RHS).

  • The only supported way to use RHV hosts as Hyperconverged (i.e. to provide Red Hat Storage and Virtualization capabilities at the same time) is through RHHI deployment.

  • In order to run a supported RHHI environment you will need to specifically have a RHHI entitlement. At this time it isn't supported to run a RHHI environment with just RHEV + RHS entitlements; though using Red Hat Storage for simply hosting RHV guests, i.e. to use RHS as RHV Storage Domain, is fine.

For more information see the RHHI 1.1 documentation on RHHI Architecture
* RHHI 1.1
* RHHI 1.5
* RHHI 1.6

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