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[Xen-users] Lab manager for Xen

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Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2007 13:48:05 +0400
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I have spent time learning Xen, as compared to Vmware.
Is there an opensource tool for managing the various Xen domains both locally and remotely ?

It can be commandline or GUI based.
VMware has a Lab Manager. I am looking for something similar (or superior) for Xen too.

Redhat has the virt-manager. And allows us to connect the hypervisor to local host and remote host.
How does that work ?
Anybody has datasheets, or whitepapers ?

Kindly advice. Thanks in advance.

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