ZDNet: What Does Microsoft's Xen Relationship Mean?
Jul 19, 2006, 22:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Usually, when I write here about Microsoft, it's in a negative
way, and the result is very intense debate.
"Today I come, not to bury Big Green, but to praise it.
"Microsoft's agreement to bridge with Xen, through Xensource,
will mean Linux and Windows can run on the same machine, through
virtualization. It comes just a few months after Xensource dropped
its founders and hired a former Veritas man, Peter Levine, as CEO
in an attempt to find a business model for the virtualization