Virtualization 2.0: Where the Sidewalk Ends

With VMware launching an IPO with no peak in sight and XenSource a red-hot acquisition by Citrix, it's clear that server virtualization is the flavor of the moment. But, additional challenges are faced by all hypervisor vendors and users: performance and connectivity to local data networks and to storage. The answer? Virtualization 2.0—infrastructure virtualization. more>>

Cooking with Linux - Still Searching for the Ultimate Linux Distro?

Why does a person install one Linux, then another, and then yet another? Because a person can, of course! Such is the nature of choice, and Linux gives you a choice...and what a selection. more>>

New Products

Message Partners' MPP, Scalix, VMLogix's LabManager and more. more>>

Running Network Services under User-Mode Linux, Part I

Leverage the Linux kernel's virtualization features to isolate network dæmons. more>>

QEMU: a Multihost, Multitarget Emulator

QEMU comes to the rescue for those times when VMware is overkill. more>>

VMware Workstation 5.5 for Linux Hosts

Is VMware a compelling purchase in the face of free virtualization competition? more>>

User-Mode Linux

User-mode Linux lets you do tricks like run a safely isolated Debian 3.1 on Fedora 4. more>>

Cooking with Linux - The Virtual Streets of $HOME

Use Linux to visit virtual consoles, cities and battle zones. more>>


Xen is a hypervisor virtual machine that runs multiple open-source operating systems. more>>

Virtualization in Xen 3.0

Dive into the new Xen release and find out what it offers for paravirtualization, split drivers and Intel's new virtualization technology. more>>

Xen Virtualization and Linux Clustering, Part 2

Now that the first unprivileged Xen domain is set up, it's time to get the cluster up and running. more>>

Xen Virtualization and Linux Clustering, Part 1

Interested in seeing what all the fuss is about Xen? Use the steps in this tutorial to get Xen installed and domains configured. more>>

Introduction to the Xen Virtual Machine

Everyone's talking about Xen, but the code is complex. Here's a starting point. more>>

Linux in Government: How Linux Reins in Server Sprawl

The use of Linux and virtualization makes more sense everyday. more>>

VMware Virtual Platform

According to the web site, VMware for Linux allows your PC to act as a host operating system for virtual machines which I call VMs. more>>
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