XenServer 5.6 adds new features

Citrix Systems has released XenServer 5.6, which boasts improved memory and CPU support. Find out more and get all the week's news in this podcast.

Citrix Systems released XenServer 5.6 at this month's Citrix Synergy conference.

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XenServer 5.6, the newest version of Citrix's Xen-based hypervisor, now supports up to 256 GB of RAM per processor and as many as 64 logical processors. It also features single-root I/O virtualization and, in some editions, dynamic memory and Host Power Management.

Learn about other XenServer 5.6 features and how XenServer 5.6 will affect the server virtualization market in this edition of This Week in Virtualization.

In addition to the XenServer 5.6 news, this podcast also covers the cloud computing partnership between Google and VMware. The two companies announced a deal that will allow Java developers to build applications on the Google App Engine, thanks in part to VMware's SpringSource technology.

Other news in this week's podcast includes the debut of the VMware Certified Advanced Professional certification and new releases from Veeam Software, CA and Vizioncore.

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