This video introduces a XenServer 7 security feature – Direct Inspect APIs, and how to leverage it to provide “better than physical” protection against malicious activity. Up until now, security vendors have developed increasingly sophisticated solutions that aim to protect systems (physical or virtual) by trying to find malicious files. The key point here is […]
If you get the Events message File System on Control Domain Full – Disk usage for the Control Domain on server ‘YourXenServerName’ has reached 100.0%. XenServer’s performance will be cirtically affected if this disk becomes full. Log files or other non-essential (user created) files should be removed. Then you can run the following commands in […]
Citrix technical preview of XenServer codenamed Creedence the next major version of XenServer, which is now at version 6.2. Citrix XenServer is based on the XenServer code from the XenServer open source project. What’s New In this Tech Preview Performance While previous releases focused on scale, this Tech Preview augments this by delivering significant […]
Nutanix, the leading provider of next-generation datacenter infrastructure solutions, today announced a company-wide initiative to bring true web-scale simplicity and economics to enterprise IT teams underserved by VCE converged infrastructure. CIOs and datacenter architects have long recognized the need to scale their infrastructure on demand, and avoid expensive overprovisioning that prevents an IT cost model […]
Sanbolic has announced that they are making their new software-defined storage (SDS) solution availability to the public. The new SDS solution will address the complexity and cost of managing growing and often geo-distributed data and workloads. Sanbolic’s patented software platform allows businesses to manage scale-out of converged and legacy storage architectures and efficiently weave server-side storage into […]
Xenproject.org has announced the release of Xen 4.3.0. Xen 4.3 is the work of just over 9 months of development, with 1362 changesets containing changes to over 136128 lines of code, made by 90 individuals from 27 different organizations and 25 unaffiliated individual developers. Xen 4.3 is also the first release made with using the roadmap […]
Bromium, Inc., a pioneer in trustworthy computing, has announced the availability of Bromium vSentry 2.0. Powered by its Xen-based Bromium Microvisor™, vSentry 2.0 makes endpoints secure – by design, enabling enterprises to embrace key IT trends such as mobility and collaboration, without risk of attack from insecure networks, the web and malicious documents or media. […]
Citrix and The Linux Foundation has announced that open source community development for the Xen virtualization platform will become a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project.Leveraging its proven model of collaborative development for the new Xen Project initiative, The Linux Foundation will provide infrastructure, guidance and a collaborative network. The neutral, member-led community will help accelerate cross-industry innovation around the […]
The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit — The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced the Xen Project is becoming a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project.
How to replicate virtual machines with PHD Virtual Backup for Citrix XenServer.