"With its Corporate Server 4, Mandriva is challenging the Linux
data center operating systems from Red Hat and Novell by offering
broader support for virtualization technologies. It's a
solid-sounding plan, but eWeek Labs' tests of CS 4 show that it's
longer on ambition than execution.
"Mandriva's CS 4 is unique in its support for three different
virtualization frameworks: Xen, OpenVZ and VMware. However, CS 4
not only fails to advance the state of these frameworks on Linux,
but, where Xen is concerned, CS 4 falls short of the
implementations now offered from Novell and Red Hat..."
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