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Latest Xen Project Blog Posts

Get an Introduction to Working with the Xen Project Hypervisor and More at Open Source Summit #OSSummit

Open Source Summit is the premier event to get introduced to open source and to learn more about the trends that are surrounding this space. This year’s Open Source Summit will be held in Vancouver, BC from August 29 – 31. The event covers a wide range of topics from blockchain to security to virtualization […]

Killing Processes that Don’t Want to be Killed

This article originally appeared on lwn.net. Suppose you have a program running on your system that you don’t quite trust. Maybe it’s a program submitted by a student to an automated grading system. Or maybe it’s a QEMU device model running in a Xen control domain ("domain 0" or “dom0”), and you want to make sure […]

A Recap of the Xen Project Developer and Design Summit: Community Health, Development Trends, Coding Changes and More

We were extremely thrilled to host our Xen Project Developer and Design Summit in Nanjing Jiangning, China this June. The event brought together our community and power users under one roof to collaborate and to learn more about the future of our project. It also gave us the opportunity to connect with a large group […]

Latest Planet Blog Posts

XenServer 7.4 Available for Download!

Hello XenServer community, It is our pleasure to announce the release of 7.4, the latest update in the CR release track. XenServer 7.4 offers customers following the CR release track access to the latest product features designed to enhance application, desktop and server virtualization deployments. For customers running XenServer 7.3 (up until now the most recent CR), Citrix recommends upgrading to 7.4 at the earliest convenience to maintain support. For customers following the LTSR release track (starting with XenServer 7.1 LTSR), Citrix recommends reviewing the XenServer 7.4 release notes to determine if 7.4 would deliver additional benefits to their virtual environments. Note: The decision...

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...