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[Xen-users] Re: Considering Xen for Ubuntu VPS environment

David Markey wrote:
"Virtuozzo is created and distributed by SWSoft. In 2006, SWsoft released the core of Virtuozzo under the GNU GPL (General Public License) in an open-source project called OpenVZ."

I had no idea that OpenVZ was also a SWSoft (new name Parallels) technology as 
well. Thanks for the mini education.

Xen is hypervisor based virtualisation, which means it is far more flexible, and doesn't have most of the issues you've raised. Each VM has its own kernel.

Oh, so does Xen indeed use the official Ubuntu kernel, or does the kernel come 
from Xen and happens to work with Ubuntu?

All right, sounds exciting / interesting! :-) So any recommendations as to 
providers that are running the current Xen code and provide good Ubuntu support?


Michael Lueck
Lueck Data Systems

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