Published at SOSP 2003
Numerous systems have been designed which use virtualization to
subdivide the ample resources of a modern computer. Some require
specialized hardware, or cannot support commodity operating systems.
Some target 1 ...
Published at NSDI 2005
Migrating operating system instances across distinct physical
hosts is a useful tool for administrators of data centers
and clusters: It allows a clean separation between hardware
and software, and facilitates fau ...
Published at OASIS ASPLOS 2004 Workshop
The Xen virtual machine monitor allows multiple operating
systems to execute concurrently on commodity x86 hardware,
providing a solution for server consolidation and utility
computing. In our ini ...
Linux Journal. Sept 1, 2005 "This article is intended mainly for developers who are new to Xen and who want to know more about it."
Servermanagment provides on-demand virtualization, Xen Server & Xen Desktop solutions for all types of companies; whether small or big. Our virtualization solutions are cost-effective, and efficient. We make virtualized servers, we manage virtualized envi ...
Clarkson University. Presented at FREENIX 2004
Xen is an x86 virtual machine monitor produced by the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory and released
under the GNU General Public License. Performance results comparing XenoLinux ( ...
Xen and the Art of Virtualization presentation slide deck
LWN.net. May 2, 2006 Xen on the new Intel and AMD processors of 2005/2006.
Linux Journal. March 2, 2006 "After much anticipation, Version 3.0 of Xen recently was released, and it is the focus of this article."
Overview of Xen 2.0, Live Migration, and Xen 3.0 Roadmap
Xen Project Consulting