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KVM News

The Qemu-KVM 0.12 release includes a very interesting new feature based on patches provides back in november 2009 by IBM.
This KVM version has a new feature called block migration which allows you to do block migration during the live migration of a VM.

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openQRM Lives On

Good news for openQRM. Matt Rechenburg, the openQRM team lead just wrote in that he founded openQRM Enterprise GmbH, together with some core members of the

Remus and Kemari , still going strong

Remus and Kemari, the 2 VM mirroring solutions for Xen both made some announcements recently. Remus announced the availability of version 0.9 this release is build against the

CopyCats in Virtualization

Step back in time with me a couple of years, Xen was starting it's upmars and with Xen paravirtualization became popular , then came the other Virtualization

Project XVP

On we read about XVP , one of the most common questions for XenServer is a webinterface to manage the VM's from

Enomaly ECP 3.0.3 Service Provider Edition Released

Reuven Cohen, Founder and Chief Technologist for Toronto based Enomaly Inc posts on his blog Elastic Vapor that Enomaly is announcing the general availability of The Enomaly

Memory OverCommit and Shared Memory pages

Have you ever been in that meeting with the proprietary sales guy on one side and a bunch of Virtualization newbies on the other side ? Usually the simplified

The End of Paravirtualization?

Alok Kataria , a Systems Programmer & Linux Kernel hacker at VMWare posted to the Linux Kernel Mailing List last month about his experiences benchmarking VMware's paravirtualization

KVM News In Short

Over the past couple of weeks different new releases of KVM and related software saw the light . Virt-manager 0.8.0 was officially announced the most interesting new

Oracle Dumps Virtual Iron

When early march this year we talked about Oracle eying Virtual Iron we noted that Oracle needed to fill the VM Management gap that RedHat was

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