- It is distributed as a bunch of RPM packages, through a yum repository, that can be installed on either Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 or CentOS 7. There is no more installation media, just an easy installer that will configure everything for you.
- Many of the components it is based on have been upgraded:
- QEMU/KVM 2.69.0, based on RHEV 7 packaged version, with small additions.
- libvirt 3.2.0, as shipped by RHEL 7.4.
- SPICE server 0.12.8, based on RHEL 7.4 packaged version, with small additions.
- OCFS2 1.5.0 and OCFS2 tools 1.8.5.
- You can now review your support contract and your user licenses through the flexVDI Customer Portal. Then, easily assign them to your platform through flexvdi-config.
- Many small improvements:
- Support for USB3 devices.
- Fine-grained RAM allocation in megabytes instead of gigabytes.
- Support for hugepages where available.
- Legacy options have been removed.
- Soon to come: flexVDI HTML5 Dashboard!!