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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Xen Project Hackathon 16 : Event Report

We just wrapped another successful Xen Project Hackathon, which is an annual event, hosted by Xen Project member companies, typically at their corporate offices. This year’s event was hosted by ARM at their Cambridge HQ. 42 delegates descended on Cambridge from Aporeto, ARM, Assured Information Security, Automotive Electrical Systems, BAE Systems, Bromium, Citrix, GlobalLogic, OnApp, […]

Stealthy monitoring with Xen altp2m

One of the core features that differentiates Xen from other open-source hypervisors is its native support for stealthy and secure monitoring of guest internals (aka. virtual machine introspection [1]). In Xen 4.6 which was was released last autumn several new features have been introduced that make this subsystem better; a cleaned-up, optimized API and ARM […]

Xen Project 4.5.3 Maintenance Release is Available

I am pleased to announce the release of Xen 4.5.3. Xen Project Maintenance releases are released in line with our Maintenance Release Policy. We recommend that all users of the 4.5 stable series update to this point release. Xen 4.5.3 is available immediately from its git repository:     xenbits.xenproject.org/gitweb/?p=xen.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/stable-4.5     (tag RELEASE-4.5.3) or from the Xen Project […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

XenServer Administrators Handbook Published

Last year, I announced that we were working on a XenServer Administrators Handbook, and I'm very pleased to announce that it's been published. Not only have we been published, but based on the Amazon reviews to date we've done a pretty decent job. In part, I suspect that has a ton to do with the book being focused on what information you, XenServer administrators, need to be successful when running a XenServer environment regardless of scale or workload. The handbook is formatted following a simple premise; first you need to plan your deployment and second you need to run it. With that...

Creating functional ssh key-pair on RDO Mitaka via Chrome Advanced REST Client

The problem here is that REST API POST request creating ssh-keypair to access nova servers  doesn’t write to disk rsa private key  and only upload public one to nova. Closing Chrome Client results loosing rsa private key. To prevent failure to write to disk private key , save response-export.json as shown bellow. Working via CLI […]