Open Source Cloud & Virtualization
Virtualization using Xen Server
XenServer is the enterprise-ready, cloud-proven virtualization platform that contains all the capabilities required to create and manage a virtual infrastructure. It is trusted by demanding organizations to run the most mission critical applications and used by the largest clouds.
Xenserver virtualization, IP Technics can help your organization:
Cut costs. By reducing the number of physical servers required in the data centre, organizations are able to save on their power and cooling costs.
Increase IT agility and efficiency. Customers can easily adapt to changing data centre and computing needs by dynamically flexing capacity, optimizing VM placement, and automating repetitive management tasks.
Improve performance and user productivity. By enabling ‘zero downtime’ maintenance, automatically recovering from hardware failure, and providing failover capabilities in disaster situations, end users are ensured access to mission critical application in all scenarios.
Citrix XenServer 6.2 provides very compelling reasons to standardize on the Citrix virtualization platform. The ease-of-use, flexibility, security and total cost of ownership of XenServer. The management, automation and cloud integrations capabilities provide a virtualization solution at a fraction the cost of comparable offerings.
Virtualization using KVM
KVM – Kernel-based Virtual Machine – is an open source hypervisor that provides enterprise-class performance, scalability and security to run Windows and Linux virtual machines. KVM provides organizations a cost-effective alternative to other x86 hypervisors, and enables a lower-cost, more scalable, and open virtualization platform.
KVM is a unique hypervisor. The KVM developers, instead of creating major portions of an operating system kernel themselves, as other hypervisors have done, devised a method that turned the Linux kernel itself into a hypervisor. This was achieved through a minimally intrusive method by developing KVM as kernel module. Integrating the hypervisor capabilities into a host Linux kernel as a loadable module can simplify management and improve performance in virtualized environments. This probably was the main reason for developers to add KVM to the Linux kernel.
KVM is supported by major industry players such as IBM, cisco, Intel, AMD, Redhat, Novell amongst others. The support of such companies to an open source project cannot be understated.
|Windows 2003 R2||32, 64||Supported|
|Windows 2008||32, 64||Supported|
|Windows 2008 R2||32, 64||Supported|
|Windows 2012||32, 64||Supported|
|Windows 2012 R2||32, 64||Supported|
|CentOS / Redhat 6.x||32, 64||Supported|
|CentOS / Redhat 5.x||32, 64||Supported|
|CentOS / Redhat 4.x||32 ,64||Supported|
|Debain Linux 6.x||32, 64||Supported|
|Debian Linux 5.x||32, 64||Supported|
|Denian Linux 4.x||32, 64||Supported|
|Suse Linux 10||32||Supported|
|Suse Linux 11||32, 64||Supported|
|FreeBSD 9.x||32, 64||Supported|
|FreeBSD 8.x||32, 64||Supported|
|FreeBSD 7.x||32, 64||Supported|
|NetBSD 5.x||32, 64||Supported|