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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Virtual Machine Introspection: A Security Innovation With New Commercial Applications

The article from Lars Kurth, the Xen Project chairperson, was first published on Linux.com. A few weeks ago, Citrix and Bitdefender launched XenServer 7 and Bitdefender Hypervisor Introspection, which together compose the first commercial application of the Xen Project Hypervisor’s Virtual Machine Introspection (VMI) infrastructure. In this article, we will cover why this technology is […]

Don’t Miss Xen Project & KVM Joint Reception at LinuxCon

Last year, we really enjoyed co-hosting a hackathon and social event with the KVM community. It spurred really interesting conversations, a bit of friendly competition and some community bonding. Back by popular demand is another joint KVM community event. Xen Project and KVM are hosting the joint social event at the Hockey Hall of Fame […]

Q&A: Xen Project Release Strengthens Security and Pushes New Use Cases

The following Q&A with Lars Kurth, the Xen Project chairperson, was first published on Linux.com. Xen Project technology supports more than 10 million users and is a staple in some of the largest clouds in production today, including Amazon Web Service, Tencent, and Alibaba’s Aliyun. Recently, the project announced the arrival of Xen Project Hypervisor […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

SSH keys management in Xen Orchestra

Remember our article on playing with CloudInit and XenServer thanks to Xen Orchestra? We managed to improve our UI to get it even easier. Let's take a tour. Manage your SSH keys In your user zone, you can manage your keys (create, remove). Click on "New SSH key": Then fill

Concerns with Xen PVH / HVMLite boot on Linux x86

I've been helping a bit with streamlining proper upstream support for Xen on x86 Linux. One of the items I have decided to take on is the so called "dead code" concern in theory present on x86 Linux Xen guests largely in part due to the radical way in which old PV Xen x86 Linux guests boot. This topic is a bit complex, so I had previously written two posts about this to help shed some light into these dark corners of the technical Linux universe that only a few really care about:Avoiding dead code: pv_ops is not the silver...