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Slightly OT: Now and Xen: RHEL 5 Beta Gets Virtual



For the two correct list zealots here, note, there is mention of Fedora
Core in the article ;-) BTW, no stock quotes for ya today but you can
get your own over at yahoo.com :-)

Now and Xen: RHEL 5 Beta Gets Virtual

Written by Bryan Richard    
Thursday, 14 September 2006

Red Hat released Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 into open beta this
week with Xen-enabled virtualization integrated into the code. Company
spokespersons said the goal with integrating Xen is to bring
virtualization to the "mass market." To accomplish that, the Linux
vendor is putting a great deal of effort into improving the user
experience of using Xen over the existing solution within the Fedora
Core 4.0, which Red Hat CTO, Brian Stevens, called an "arduous
environment." Support for Xen by Red Hat so soon should come as
something of a surprise since the company reportedly kicked the
XenSource solution to the curb last month. 

Full article at, http://www.linux-mag.com/content/view/2624/

taharka

Lexington, Kentucky U.S.A.


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