Xen Lets Developers ‘Play’ in the Cloud

Xen Lets Developers ‘Play’ in the Cloud has released its Xen Cloud Platform (XCP) 1.0 as part of the Xen Cloud Project. In the past, Xen has only released XCP as source code, but the new release provides an installable image that makes it easier for enterprise developers to create and “play” with private clouds.

According to AMD’s Margaret Lewis, “Tools like XCP 1.0 will prove critical in developing the mature and secure cloud services of tomorrow. The combination of AMD Opteron processors, with high core counts and outstanding power efficiency, and the Xen Cloud Platform can enable innovative, end-to-end solutions that deliver the features, scalability, and performance that cloud providers require.”

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