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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Announcing the Xen Project 4.11 RC and Test Day Schedules

On Tuesday, we created Xen 4.11 RC1 and will release a new release candidate every FRIDAY, until we declare a release candidate as the final candidate and cut the Xen 4.11 release. We will also hold a Test Day every TUESDAY for the release candidate that was released the week prior to the Test Day […]

Xen Project 4.9.2 are available!

I am pleased to announce the release of 4.9.2. Xen Project Maintenance releases are released in line with our Maintenance Release Policy. We recommend that all users of the 4.9 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-4.9 (tag RELEASE-4.9.2) or from the XenProject download page […]

Join us at Root Linux Conference Happening in Kyiv, Ukraine This April!

Root Linux Conference is coming to Kyiv, Ukraine on April 14th. The conference is the biggest Linux and embedded conference in Eastern Europe with presenters exploring topics like: Linux in mobile devices, wearables, medical equipment, vehicles, and more. Want to learn about the next generation of embedded solutions? This is the conference for you. Juergen […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

To be an encrypted ninja or not to be...

Its a debate whether or not foreign powers hacked into Hillary Clinton's private email servers. There is consensus however that the private email server was hacked though, and this is precisely how emails can easily get leaked. To solve this sort of problem you can either have Hilary and Hilary's friend's become ninjas at cryptography, have cryptography tools become mainstream and transparent, or have a middle ground solution somehow. For this year's 2017 Hackweek at SUSE and Aaron Swartz day I have worked on a middle ground solution as a proof of concept using GPG, forcing all incoming emails to...

A Great Time to Take A Look at XenServer Enterprise!

Good afternoon everyone, As we make our way through the last quarter of the year, I wanted to remind the community of the significant progress the XenServer team has achieved over the last 18 months to make XenServer the awesome hypervisor that it is today! While many of you have been making the most of your free XenServer hypervisor, I would like to take this opportunity to review just a few of the new features introduced in the latest releases of the Enterprise edition - features that our customers have been using to optimize their application and desktop virtualization deployments. For starters, we've...