All posts tagged Ian Pratt

The End of Neverland, What Neverland ?

Stop the presses, RedHat and AMD just announced the end of Neverland. The big News seems to be that RedHat and AMD managed to do Live migration of a virtual machine between 2 different CPU Vendors. Now given my age …

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“Benchmarking” The Citrix / XenServer Combo with Ian Pratt (Video Interview – Part 4)

During the Fosdem 2008 conference, we had a chance to sit down (on a bench) with Xen Guru Ian Pratt. Below is the fourth and last

“Benchmarking” The Citrix / XenServer Combo with Ian Pratt (Video Interview – Part 3)

During the Fosdem 2008 conference, we had a chance to sit down (on a bench) with Xen Guru Ian Pratt. Below is the third part (see

“Benchmarking” The Citrix / XenServer Combo with Ian Pratt (Video Interview – Part 2)

During the Fosdem 2008 conference, we had a chance to sit down (on a bench) with Xen Guru Ian Pratt. Below is the second part (

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“Benchmarking” The Citrix / XenServer Combo with Ian Pratt (Video Interview – Part 1)

Some time ago, we had a chance to sit down (on a bench) together with Xen Guru Ian Pratt, well known for co-founding and ultimately selling

Xen Summit Boston, Partial Schedule Announced

Stephen Spector has just announced the current agenda for the upcoming Boston Xen Summit. Ian Pratt and Keir Fraser will kick off the event with an

KVM vs Xen, Who Will Win The Fight?

Ian Pratt and Benny Schnaider are using strong words against each other. As KVM is gaining more and more popularity by being adopted in several Linux

Remus: High Availability via Asynchronous Virtual Machine Replication

The 5th Usenix Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI'08) starts today in San Francisco, CA. The NSDI symposium focuses on the design principles of

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The Present And Future of Xen

Over the past few months, a number of people have been vouching the idea that Xen's development and adoption is slowing down because of the Citrix'

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The Current State of Open Source Virtualization

We've started by looking back at a decade of Open Source virtualization, and in this second part of the series we'll tackle today's landscape (last updated in

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