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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Future of Xen Project: Video Spotlight Interview with Xen Project’s Chairperson Lars Kurth

Lars Kurth had his first contact with the open source community in 1997 when he worked on various parts of the ARM toolchain. He has since become an open source enthusiasts, worked on several open source communities, and is the chairperson of the Xen Project Advisory Board. He is also the Director of the Xen […]

Xen Project 4.4.4 Maintenance Release is Available

I am pleased to announce the release of Xen 4.4.4. Xen Project Maintenance releases are released in line with our Maintenance Release Policy. We recommend that all users of the 4.4 stable series update to this point release. Xen 4.4.4 is available immediately from its git repository:     xenbits.xenproject.org/gitweb/?p=xen.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/stable-4.4     (tag RELEASE-4.4.4) or from the Xen Project […]

Why GlobalLogic Uses Xen (Overheard at CES)

We were lucky to have the opportunity to meet up with GlobalLogic at CES and talk to them about their Nautilus platform for automotive virtualization. A few years ago, no one understood why the company was demoing hypervisor technology as a part of Nautilus, a set of solution accelerators that includes architectural concepts, a modified […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

Why open hardware must succeed

To the average person open hardware simply sounds like a good idea... They may have heard of this thing called "open source" that some "disruptive" hipster companies may have used and embraced to create new business models, so open source hardware seems like a natural progression. There's more to this though. The average person will not understand why its not just a great idea but also that we are in dire need for open hardware in the industry, the average person will not understand why its vital to the success of the open source movement. The average person will not...

A New Year, A New Way to Build for XenServer

Building bits of XenServer outside of Citrix has in the past been a bit of a challenging task, requiring careful construction of the build environment to replicate what 'XenBuilder', our internal build system, puts together. This has meant using custom DDK VMs or carefully installing by hand a set of packages taken from one of the XenServer ISOs. With XenServer Dundee, this will be a pain of the past, and making a build environment will be just a 'docker run' away. Part of the work that's being done for XenServer Dundee has been moving things over to using standard build tools...