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In October of 2003, Xen was announced on Slashdot (original article). Shortly after at the 19th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP), the Xen team presented Xen to the world. Jeanna Matthews and a team of students at Clarkson University were very impressed by the performance numbers that the Xen team had obtained, so they set out to setup Xen at Clarkson and repeat these results. In July of 2004, this team from Clarkson presented "Xen and the Art of Repeated Research" at the USENIX '04 Annual Technical Conference. The rest, as they say, is history. This page will simply be a place for us to link to projects and other interesting things related to COSI's Xen efforts. http://xen.cslabs.clarkson.edu
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Xen is an open source hypervisor. We have been doing projects at Clarkson using Xen since it came out.
 
   
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see [http://cosi.clarkson.edu/xen http://xen.cosi.clarkson.edu]
 

Latest revision as of 18:56, 17 August 2009

In October of 2003, Xen was announced on Slashdot (original article). Shortly after at the 19th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP), the Xen team presented Xen to the world. Jeanna Matthews and a team of students at Clarkson University were very impressed by the performance numbers that the Xen team had obtained, so they set out to setup Xen at Clarkson and repeat these results. In July of 2004, this team from Clarkson presented "Xen and the Art of Repeated Research" at the USENIX '04 Annual Technical Conference. The rest, as they say, is history. This page will simply be a place for us to link to projects and other interesting things related to COSI's Xen efforts. http://xen.cslabs.clarkson.edu