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RT : First Xen on ARM64 automatic tests passed in the Xen Project CI-Loop! W00t!!
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2 days ago by vielmetti
List of Open Source Compute Clouds (IaaS)
Apache CloudStack

Despite rumors to the contrary, Java continues to prove central to many major cloud applications. At the heart of Apache CloudStack is a host of functions written in Java including user management, multi-tenancy and account separat...
linux  debian  openstack  xen  cloudstack  oz  virtualbox  toms 
14 days ago by kilroy2
List of Open Source Cloud Appliances

Obtaining pre-built appliances has never been easier. Like SUSE Studio, users can download virtual machines or installers with a pre-built Bitnami stack. Applications available from Bitnami cover the spectrum from infrastructure and cloud to...
linux  debian  openstack  xen  virtualbox  boxgrinder  oz  suse  studio 
14 days ago by kilroy2
CloudStack | Open Source Cloud Computing
CloudStack is open source software written in java that is designed to deploy and manage large networks of virtual machines, as a highly available, scalable cloud computing platform. CloudStack current supports the most popular hypervisors VMware, Oracle VM, KVM, XenServer and Xen Cloud Platform. CloudStack offers three ways to manage cloud computing environments: a easy-to-use web interface, command line and a full-featured RESTful API.
Xen  virtualization  opensource  cloud 
19 days ago by allenown
XenPower VPS by Prometeus
it  sysadmin  isp  vps  xen 
24 days ago by die_z
Xen on ARM interrupt latency | Xen Project Blog
Xen on ARM meets these requirements in a few different ways. Firstly, Xen comes with a flexible scheduler architecture. Xen includes a set of virtual machine schedulers, including RTDS, a soft real-time scheduler, and ARINC653, a hard real-time scheduler. Users can pick the ones that perform best for their use-cases. However, if they really care about latency, the best option is to have no schedulers at all and use a static assignment for virtual cpus to physical cpus instead. There are no automatic ways to do that today, but it is quite easy to achieve with the vcpu-pin command:
xen  arm  latency  embedded  virtualization 
4 weeks ago by vielmetti

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