Citrix open sources XenServer

First, Citrix Systems decided to give away its XenServer hypervisor for free. Now the company is making the XenServer code completely open source.

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Open source XenServer will soon be a reality.

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In a move designed to increase the company's server virtualization market share, Citrix Systems plans to make its XenServer hypervisor completely open source. Find out about the reasons behind the Citrix open source decision and learn about the future of open source XenServer in this edition of This Week in Virtualization.

There's also news about the new VMware capacity planning product and the IBM VMControl management console.

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This was first published in October 2009

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