Sun Microsystems' Solaris-based version of Xen open-source hypervisor project is on the rise, as virtualization takes root in the industry.
This is a significant step forward for Sun, which has lagged somewhat in the management space relative to what HP provides with Systems Insight Manager and IBM with System Director.
xVM will be built into the Linux-like version of Solaris due in March, Project Indiana.
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