Red Hat drops Xen from from enterprise Linux software
With Wednesday’s beta release of its flagship operating system, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Red Hat has added a number of new capabilities that should help data centers better support virtualization and cloud computing.
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RHEL 6.0 will also have at least one less feature as well. This will be the first version of the OS not to include the Xen hypervisor. Instead the company plans to focus its virtualization efforts around the kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), said Tim Burke, Red Hat vice president of platform engineering.
For RHEL 6, “Virtualization has been a key focus, as has providing infrastructure that will be part of our cloud services,” Burke said.
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