Xen Orchestra 3 Is Instrumenting Major Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Virtualization on 7 February 2014 at 03:02 PM EST. 1 Comment
The crew behind Xen Orchestra have announced the release of XO 3 "Clarinet" as the latest work on their web GUI to the XenServer and XAPI.

Xen Orchestra represents six months of development work and more than 500 new commits to deliver on a new design, a new dynamic and auto-refreshed user experience, a new back-end, XAPI hosts support, support for users with basic rights. VM creation support, a live search bar, and multiple other enhancements.

Those Xen virtualization users interested in Xen Orchestra 3 can learn a lot more at Xen-Orchestra.com.
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