Xen Project Well Represented at SUSECon and openSUSE Summit

Posted by rcpavlicek on Nov 21, 2013 6:08 PM EDT
blog.xenproject.org; By Russell Pavlicek
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Russell writes, "What do a chameleon, a panda, and a mouse have in common? More than you might imagine, unless you were present at SUSECon and the openSUSE Summit at the Walt Disney Coronado Springs resort last week in Florida."

Russell writes, "At least a half dozen different sessions included some Xen-related content at SUSECon, not to mention additional sessions at openSUSE Summit. Both the Open Source openSUSE distribution and the commercial SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) boast support for multiple virtualization engines (Xen, KVM, Linux containers, etc.). While this might not seem too significant, it is a refreshing departure from many companies in the industry which insist on hawking their preferred virtualization technology. On platforms where hypervisors have equal footing, Xen has the opportunity to shine — and usually does."

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