Future of Xen Project: Video Spotlight Interview with Citrix's George Dunlap
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In this video, George Dunlap Senior Engineer of Citrix explains how and why Citrix works with the Xen Project, why companies use Xen Project Hypervisor, and new opportunities for the future of this technology.
Citrix Systems designs, develops and markets technology solutions that enable information technology (IT) services. Citrix has always been committed to the community and consistent in its principles of transparency and neutrality, helping the Xen Project maintain its position as one of the leading open source hypervisors.
One of the major benefits of being a part of the Xen Project is the multiplier benefit that comes with contributing code to open source communities. For example, if Citrix contributes 25% of the code, the equivalent of hiring 25 engineers, it receives 100 engineers' worth of development as part of the Xen Project. This helps Citrix build the most efficient enterprise products possible and also allows the company to take an active role in leading the Xen Project Hypervisor into the future.
How has this collaboration been put into action? Most recently, Xen Project announced its 4.6 release, which was built into Citrix's XenServer Dundee (this recently entered beta 1).*
As virtualization moves beyond simply being used for services, and expands into networks, mobile, automotive, and more embedded systems, features like isolation for security, lightweight for mobile, and high performance will continue to help Xen Project Hypervisor grow and support the next stage in cloud computing and virtualization. And Citrix will be there to help further this growth.
*XenServer Dundee has not been released and its feature set has not been finalized.
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