It also leads into what Nuatnix is doing to enable a K8s API conformant solution on top of the platform. I recognize that we can layer on a k8s runtime as a customer, but similar to what we see with Pivotal leveraging BOSH to make day2 k8s work there seems to be demand for integrated options. The institutional storage knowledge could really take stateful sets to the next level and BOSH as a lot of similarities to Acropolis.
I know that there may be overlap with Calm when it comes to service orchestration, but k8s is becoming the defacto language for orchestrating an application delivered by containers.
Best answer by Akim
I'd like to clarify this:
RedHat is part of the Technical Support Alliance Network, like many vendors and editors. https://tsanet.org/members/
RedHat Support policy for third party platforms, hence running RHEL as guest OS on AHV, is pretty clear: They will provide you support according to your entitlement and if they think AHV is the root cause, they will get in contact with Nutanix through the Technical Support Alliance Network.
If you have any reason to think this is not working, or if you have found any document suggesting otherwise, please let us know.
If for any reason, you have any doubt when you need to open a case, you can open it at Nutanix who will help you sort it out, and get in contact with RH via TSANET if it's necessary, and work together with you and RedHat to help you.
Hope this clarifies the situation.