Red Hat details Xen virtualization plans

Raleigh, North Carolina-based Red Hat began talking positively about Xen in October 2004 and has included Xen open source virtualization in its Fedora community-led project since Fedora Core 4 was launched in June 2005.

That made support for Xen in the commercially-backed Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtually inevitable and the company's chief technology officer and vice president of engineering, Brian Stevens, confirmed in November last year that it would be included in RHEL 5, due for release at the end of this year.

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