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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Xen Project Announces Schedule for its Annual Developer and Design Summit

Today, we are excited to announce the program and speakers for the Xen Project Developer and Design Summit. The summit brings together developers, engineers, and Xen Project power users for in-person collaboration and educational presentations. The event will take place in Nanjing Jiangning, China from June 20 -22, 2018. This is the fifth annual Xen […]

Xen Project 4.10.1 Available

I am pleased to announce the release of 4.10.1. Xen Project Maintenance releases are released in line with our Maintenance Release Policy. We recommend that all users of the 4.10 stable series update to the latest point release. These releases are available from their git repositories xenbits.xen.org/gitweb/?p=xen.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/stable-4.10 (tag RELEASE-4.10.1) or from the XenProject download page […]

Summer = Xen Project Internships!

We received a lot of amazing submissions for our summer Outreachy internship program and have accepted Dafna Hirschfeld to join us in creating new execution targets for Unikraft. Unikraft is a Xen Project incubation project that aims to simplify the process of building unikernels through a unified and customizable code base. Currently, Unikraft supports building […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

Xen Orchestra 5.16

First release of the year. And it's already awesome! Side news: guess what? XCP-ng, the free/libre alternative to XenServer is now on Kickstarter! Read more on the XCP-ng blog post. Performance alert plugin Keep an eye on your infrastructure usage: set CPU or memory limits for your hosts or

MirageOS running on the ESP32 embedded chip

Now that the winter holiday break is over, we are starting to see the results of winter hacking among our community. The first great hack for 2018 is from Sadiq Jaffer, who got OCaml booting on a tiny and relatively new CPU architecture -- the Espressif ESP32. After proudly demonstrating a battery powered version to the folks at OCaml Labs, he then proceeded to clean it up enough tha it can be built with a Dockerfile, so that others can start to do a native code port and get bindings to the networking interface working. Read all about it on Sadiq's...