Xen.org Open Source Projects and Solutions
The Xen.org hosts a variety of open source solutions for the virtualization industry.
From servers to client devices, Xen.org ensures that the open source community continues
to be a leader in the virtualization revolution. Xen projects are normally is licensed under the
GNU General Public License (GPL2).
Projects hosted on Xen.org follow the governance model as laid out in the Governance section.
Mature Projects and Solutions
The Xen.org community is most commonly known for the leading industry hypervisor - Xen Hypervisor. With
Xen virtualization, a thin software layer known as the Xen hypervisor is inserted between the server's hardware
and the operating system. This provides an abstraction layer that allows each physical server to run one or more "virtual servers",
effectively decoupling the operating system and its applications from the underlying physical server
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Xen Cloud Platform
The Xen Cloud Platform (XCP) is an open source enterprise-ready server virtualization and cloud computing platform
based on the Xen® Hypervisor, adding further functionality and many integrations for cloud, storage
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Projects under Development/Incubation
Xen ARM Project
The Xen ARM Project, maintain an ARM variant of the Xen Hypervisor in a codeline that is separate from
the upstream Xen Hypervisor project. The Xen ARM Project is led by Samsung,
and delivers and maintains Xen support for a range of ARM processors (ARM v5 - v7) for mobile devices, using
Xen Paravirtualization (PV)
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Archived and Completed Projects
A number of Xen.org projects have been completed or archived. Please follow the links to get more information.
Xen Related Projects and Products
Xen is a popular virtualization platform. As one would expect, many projects that depend on Xen, build applications for Xen, etc. exist.
These projects are not hosted on Xen.org.