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Xen Virtualization Essentials

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Xen Virtualization Essentials
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Publisher: Virtuatopia
ISBN/ASIN: B0026IBZJE

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Xen is a feature rich, open source, hypervisor-based virtualization solution which, in spite of its relatively recent origins, has gained both wide acceptance and an enviable reputation throughout the IT industry. This book emphasizes the practical aspects of working with Xen, including detailed step by step tutorials designed to show exactly how to create and manage Xen based guest domains.

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