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Open Source Virtualization Updates

There is a lot going on in the different Open Source Virtualization projects. From KVM, over OpenVZ , to Xen. First of all there is the news that Anthony Liguori has included kvm support in the main Qemu development tree. …

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Virtualization Workloads, a comparative study in Open Source environments

At the Ottawa Linux Symposium, Benoit de Lingeris and his team from Revolution Linux presented their paper "Virtualization of Linux Server, a comparative

How to … spend your weekend

Virtualization is obviously becoming a better and better documented topic. Over at UbuntuGeek.com is a fresh HOWTO on installing VirtualBox 1.6 in ad Ubuntu 8.04 Hardy Heron

OLS Virtualization Minisummit Report

Virtualization.com was present at this week's Virtualization Minisummit in Ottawa. The OLS Virtualization Minisummit took place last Tuesday in Les Suites, Ottawa. Aland Adams had created

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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

Baseline: 10 Free Virtualization Tools You Should Know

Baseline published an interesting list of "10 free virtualization tools you should know" on its website.

The list in full:
  1. OpenVZ (Parallels)

Video: Interview with Werner Fischer, Developer at Thomas-Krenn.AG on OpenVZ and High Availibily in Virtualization

The interview below is part of our Virtualization Video Series, a recurring theme we want to implement on Virtualization.com featuring interviews with key players from the industry, event

Video: Interview with Matt Rechenburg, Project Manager at OpenQRM on Virtualization

This interview is part of our Virtualization Video Series, a recurring theme we want to implement on Virtualization.com featuring interviews with key players from the industry, event reports,

To Be Followed: ivi, A Java Virtual Interface

From the lostcreations team comes: ivi, which stands for Java Virtual Interface. ivi is currently the beginnings of a single GUI application that allows an IT

How to build a Virtual Private Server (VPS) With Debian 3.1 (Sarge) And OpenVZ

Till Brehm has released an essential how-to at HowToForge.Com for installing OpenVZ, the open source version of SWsoft Virtuozzo, on a Linux Debian 3.1 32bit operating system. It

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