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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Intel hosts OpenXT Summit on Xen Project based Client Virtualization, June 7-8 in Fairfax, VA, USA

This is a guest blog post by Rich Persaud, former member of the Citrix XenServer and XenClient engineering and business teams. He is currently a consultant to BAE Systems, working on the OpenXT project, which stands on the shoulders of the Xen Project, OpenEmbedded Linux and XenClient XT. While the Xen Project is well known […]

Announcing Xen Project 4.7 RC and Test Day Schedule

Yesterday we created Xen 4.7 RC2 and will release a new release candidate every Wednesday, until we declare a release candidate as the final candidate and cut the Xen 4.7 release. We will also hold a Test Day every Friday for the release candidate that was released the Wednesday prior to the Test Day. This […]

Please Welcome new Members of the Xen Project Hypervisor Leadership Team

The Xen Project has experienced incredible growth in our community (see diagram on the right) and simultaneously the Xen Project advisory board has funded a lot of great projects that help support the larger Xen Project ecosystem, for example MirageOS, a library operating system that constructs unikernels for secure, high-performance network applications across a variety […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

AIO RDO Liberty && several external networks VLAN provider setup

Post bellow is addressing the question when AIO RDO Liberty Node has to have external networks of VLAN type with predefined vlan tags. Straight forward packstack –allinone install doesn’t  allow to achieve desired network configuration. External network provider of vlan type appears to be required. In particular case, office networks 10.10.10.0/24 vlan tagged (157) ,10.10.57.0/24 […]

Implementing VDI-per-LUN storage

With storage providers adding better functionality to provide features like QoS, fast snapshot & clone and with the advent of storage-as-a-service, we are interested in the ability to utilize these features from XenServer. VMware’s VVols offering already allows integration of vendor provided storage features into their hypervisor. Since most storage allows operations at the granularity of a LUN, the idea is to have a one-to-one mapping between a LUN on the backend and a virtual disk (VDI) on the hypervisor. In this post we are going to talk about the supplemental pack that we have developed in order to enable VDI-per-LUN. Xenserver Storage To...