• Xen vs. KVM Linux virtualization hypervisors

    Which side wins in the Xen vs. KVM Linux virtualization hypervisor debate? Two IT experts weigh-in with their Xen-KVM comparisons.

    ITKE345,300 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix Xen desktop challenges VMware

    At iForum 07 this week, Citrix will show IT managers its desktop virtualization strategy as it moves toward a new life beyond that of Microsoft bedfellow.

    Margie Semilof4,245 pointsBadges:
  • Open source virtual computing with Xen

    Windows expert Serdar Yegulalp compares Xen to Microsoft Virtual Server and VMware in terms of performance, usability and general functionality.

    SearchVirtualDesktop605 pointsBadges:
  • Xen support being dropped by Red Hat, what should customers do?

    Red Hat has announced that RHEL 6 will not include support for Xen. Other distributions may also drop Xen support in future releases. Learn what commercial Linux users should do to prepare for the transition from Xen to KVM.

    BillClaybrook335 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix to offer Intel-friendly client hypervisor

    Citrix has developed a version of its Xen hypervisor for Intel desktop and laptop chips, but chances are that VMware will do so as well.

    Alex Barrett3,400 pointsBadges:
  • How will KVM virtualization affect RHEL Xen users?

    What does Red Hat's commitment to Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM) virtualization mean for Red Hat Enterprise Linux users that have already deployed Xen-based virtualization? Migrating from Xen to KVM isn't simple, but one expert says users shouldn't expect Xen support in RHEL 6.

    ITKE345,300 pointsBadges:
  • Do you think Xen will make a comeback?

    svanvugt820 pointsBadges:
  • Xen trademark stirs up virtualization community

    Virtual Iron and possibly Red Hat have stopped using the word 'Xen' to describe their virtualization offerings, but it's VMware that trademark holder XenSource really wants to protect against.

    Alex Barrett3,400 pointsBadges:
  • How Xen works and stacks up against other virtualization technologies

    While VMware has controlled the i386-based virtualization market for years, open source Xen is rapidly gaining popularity. This is part one of a series on Zen virtualization, which explores how Zen works and how it compares with other virtualization technologies.

    svanvugt820 pointsBadges:
  • Creating iSCSI storage area networks using open source Xen

    Reap the benefits of a high availability environment by creating iSCSI storage area networks with open source Xen.

    svanvugt820 pointsBadges:

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