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Xen API Project Announced

Stephen Spector, Xen.org community manager has just announced that he’s calling for the community willing to work on completing the existing Xen-API specification.

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Xen 3.2.1 Released

Keir Fraser has announced the availability of Xen 3.2.1 and 3.1.4, both bugfix releases in the Xen 3.1 and 3.2 series. The 3.2.1 release contains architectural

IDC Virtualization Forum West: Simon Crosby (Citrix / Xensource)

This article is part of a series of guest posts by investor, Open Source pioneer and the creator of the Concurrent Versions System Brian Berliner. The original

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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'

Citrix XenServer 4.1

Citrix Releases XenServer 4.1, Simplifies Pricing Policy

This sure took a while: Citrix finally upgraded XenServer yesterday with the 4.1 release, adding some 50 new features for the first major version upgrade

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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

Looking Back At A Decade of Open Source Virtualization

Will 2008 become the "Virtual Year"? That's what some people would have us believe now that the virtualization hype is reaching never before seen heights, and large acquisitions &

Preinstalled Hypervisors And The Future of Operating Systems

Jay Lyman from The 451 Group (also check out the interview we did with John Abbott, Chief Analyst & Research Director at The 451

Video: Interview Simon Crosby, CTO of XenSource – Citrix (VMworld Europe 2008)

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

NextIO Raises $ 18.8 Million In Series C Funding For Virtualizing Server Communication

Austin-based connectivity virtualization developer NextIO announced Friday that it had raised $ 18.8 million in a third round series as the five-year-old company prepares to launch its

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