XenSource Gets IBM Certified

XenSource announced that their virtualization products have received IBM ServerProven certification

January 11, 2007

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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- XenSource, Inc., the leader in infrastructure virtualization solutions based on the open source Xen hypervisor, today announced that their virtualization products have received IBM ServerProven™ certification. The ServerProven certification is part of IBM’s PartnerWorld Program and designates XenSource products as having been enabled for IBM systems and successfully deployed in a real-world production environment. When deployed on IBM x86 systems, XenSource virtualization products deliver breakthrough price and performance that reduce data center complexity, increase manageability and resource utilization, and reduce IT infrastructure costs.

Solutions that are ServerProven represent applications that have been enabled for IBM Systems and have been verified through a customer experience to be installed and running in a customer location. To earn the IBM ServerProven certification, XenSource verified XenEnterprise can run on one or more IBM Systems in a real-world customer environment. IBM ServerProven certification is intended for IBM customers to be able to easily identify compatible, reliable solutions for their business-critical needs. XenSource products deliver bare-metal performance on a broad-range of IBM servers, including IBM BladeCenter and IBM System x, running on Windows or Linux.

“We were looking for a virtualization solution that offered high performance and was easy to use,” said Chris Rogers, president of ServerCave, Inc., an Internet hosting and consulting firm based in Herndon, Virginia. “With XenEnterprise, we were quickly up and running on our IBM server. We have found it to be easy to manage and dependable.”

XenSource Inc.

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