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Former XenSource CEO Peter Levine Is Andreessen Horowitz’s Newest Partner

VC firm Andreessen-Horowitz has appointed Peter Levine, a veteran of the enterprise software company Veritas (now a part of Symantec) and former CEO of XenSource (now part of Citrix) as partner. Levine is the third partner to join the firm …

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CloudBees Appoints XenSource/Citrix Vet To VP of Business Development

CloudBees, provider of a Java Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution, has named John Vigeant, a 10-year server and open source software vet from Citrix Systems and XenSource, to Vice

Cloud.com, a new Open Source Cloud management platform..

With a domain like Cloud.com you are doomed to deliver something Virtualization related, And today that plan became visible for the rest of the world, the company

Does Shift happen ?

Last week's announcement of RHEL 6 Beta not including Xen anymore probably is the start of a new era in open source virtualization. While the signs

Citrix Project Satori Sees Light Of Day

From the Xen blog: Citrix Project Satori is the result of a collaborative agreement between XenSource and Microsoft, and was carried forward after XenSource was acquired by

The Xen of Oracle, or was it the Oracle of Xen ?

The Xen Blog has the news that Oracle joined the Xen Advisory Board. “Having Oracle join the Xen Advisory Board is a significant milestone for the Xen.org community

Video: Interview Simon Crosby, CTO of XenSource – Citrix (VMworld 2008) part 2/2

In this second part of our exclusive video interview recorded at VMworld2008 in Las Vegas, the Citrix XenSource CTO denies that there

Video: Interview Simon Crosby, CTO of XenSource – Citrix (VMworld 2008) part 1/2

Below is the first part of our exclusive video interview recorded at VMworld2008 in Las Vegas, where Citrix XenSource CTO

Roger Baskerville Leaves Citrix / XenSource

Roger Baskerville has left Citrix, where he started out as the Sales Director of Xensource EMEA , after the Citrix merger to become Regional

KVM Lives On At Red Hat, So Now What?

Over a year after the first big Open Source Virtualization acquisition, Citrix Acquiring Xensource, the next industry shaking acquisition is a fact. Red Hat has reeled in

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