Citrix XenServer 6.2 goes open source

Free at Last!

Simple, Mature, Stable, and Good for Windows

If you have not yet embraced the cloud and are looking for an easy-to-use virtualization solution, the current version of XenServer is a useful choice. It gives you a working virtualization solution that is mature, fast, and stable and that compares well with competitors. XenServer offers many familiar features found in competitive products at a very attractive price.

The Author

Holger Gantikow studied computer science at the University of Furtwangen (Germany) and is a Senior Systems Engineer at Science+Computing in Tübingen, Germany. In his work, he deals with the complexity of heterogeneous systems in CAE computation environments and serves customers with technical and scientific applications.

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