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       When you pronounce word CentOS , you can forget about RH support.   Regarding VMWare compute node it shouldn't  be an issue.  CentOS 7 is an excellent clone of RHEL 7, however any CentOS 7 installations with RDO packages, presume   that you don't need RH support and just wont manage on your own. 

A nice sample is an issue with "rbd" support for qemu-kvm package on CentOS 7. This support is included in qemu-kvm-rhev packages provided only for RHEL 7 customers.
       When you pronounce word CentOS , you can forget about RH support.   Regarding VMWare compute node it shouldn't  be an issue.  CentOS 7 is an excellent clone of RHEL 7, however any CentOS 7 installations with RDO packages, presume   that you don't need RH support and just wont want manage on your own. 

A nice sample is an issue with "rbd" support for qemu-kvm package on CentOS 7. This support is included in qemu-kvm-rhev packages provided only for RHEL 7 customers.