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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Xen Hypervisor to be Rewritten

The hypervisor team has come to the conclusion that using the C programming language, which is 45 years old as of writing, is not a good idea for the long term success of the project. C, without doubt, is ridden with quirks and undefined behaviours. Even the most experienced developers find this collection of powerful […]

Xen on ARM interrupt latency

Xen on ARM is becoming more and more widespread in embedded environments. In these contexts, Xen is employed as a single solution to partition the system into multiple domains, fully isolated from each other, and with different levels of trust. Every embedded scenario is different, but many require real-time guarantees. It comes down to interrupt […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

Cosmic evolution of free software

This is part of a 3 piece entry, the cover of which is: free software patents and cosmos.There is a relationship between cosmology, singularity and free software and even surveillance which this post dares to consider in a very condensed way which I will use to try to remove any fear, uncertainty and doubt over the evolution of free software and open source software but also to provide clarification of why business models must become dynamic and adaptable. There's a concept which Carl Sagan popularized in his 1980's Cosmos: A Personal Voyage which I'd like for us to...

Xen Orchestra 5.8

Spring release! A lot of enhancements and the usual load of bug fixes.