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[Xen-users] XenSource v Open Source Xen

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Subject: [Xen-users] XenSource v Open Source Xen
From: Eric Ross <eross@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 14:48:30 -0500
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What am I really getting when I pay for XenSource?

Recently, my organization has been evaluating XenSource for production VM use. I am also looking into the Open Souce Xen hypervisor; I am considering using that instead of a pay for solution like Citrix Xen Source, before I can make a decision like that, I need to know what I get when I pay for Citrix Xen Source? Is it only the support? (I could do without that as somethings I want to do are 'unsupported' by Citrix). Can the OSS Xen do all the same stuff (e.g. same number of virtual processors, vlans. memory, etc)?


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