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The Xen Project, the powerful open source industry standard for virtualization.

The Xen Project, the powerful open source industry standard for virtualization.
the Xen Project serves as the basis for many commercial server virtualization, desktop and embedded products as well as hardware appliances. Examples of server products include Huawei UVP, Oracle VM and XenServer. Examples of client solutions, appliances and embedded products include QubesOS, XenClient, Netscaler and GlobalLogic’s Nautilus Platform. Xen Project is also delivered as part of most Linux distributions as well as NetBSD.

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SSLSocket (Java Platform SE 7 ) This class extends Sockets and provides secure socket using protocols such as the "Secure Sockets Layer" (SSL) or IETF "Transport Layer Security" (TLS) protocols. Such sockets are normal stream sockets, but they add a layer of security protections over the underlying network transport protocol, such as TCP. Those protections include: Integrity Protection. Launches OpenStack-based Private Cloud Software — Enables Businesses to Install, Test and Run Private Clouds in Minutes Available as a free download, the software empowers customers to deploy private clouds San Antonio, TX – August 15, 2012 – Today, Rackspace® Hosting (NYSE: RAX), the open cloud company, announced the release of Rackspace Private Cloud Software, powered by OpenStack– making it simple and easy for companies to install, test and run a multi-node OpenStack based private cloud environment. The software, code named “Alamo,” uses the same OpenStack compute platform, Nova, used to run Rackspace clouds and is available as a free download from the Rackspace website. This software is based upon Rackspace’s experience in deploying and operating OpenStack-based public and private clouds in a variety of environments including in Rackspace’s own datacenters as well as in external datacenters. The Rackspace Private Cloud is backed by an optional support offering.

Taj International Airport The Union government was not keen on clearing the project because it was too close to the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) in Delhi. It was designed to serve the people of Uttar Pradesh and eastern Haryana to export flowers and other agri-goods from the Taj Special Economic Zone to markets in the Middle East and Europe. The project was located in Jewar village near Greater Noida, near the Yamuna Expressway.[4] now it is proposed at Hirangaon, (kurri kupa, darapur, bans jharna ) Near tundla Tehsil of firozabad.

Xen Xen /ˈzɛn/ is a hypervisor using a microkernel design, providing services that allow multiple computer operating systems to execute on the same computer hardware concurrently. The University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory developed the first versions of Xen. The Xen community develops and maintains Xen as free and open-source software, subject to the requirements of the GNU General Public License (GPL), version 2. Xen is currently available for the IA-32, x86-64 and ARM instruction sets. Yamuna Expressway Yamuna Expressway(Hindi: यमुना द्रुतगामीमार्ग) is a 6-lane (extendable to 8 lanes), 165 km long, controlled-access expressway, connecting Greater Noida with Agra in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is India's longest six-lane controlled-access expressway stretch. The total project cost was History[edit]

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Comparison of platform virtual machines Platform virtualization software, specifically emulators and hypervisors, are software packages that emulate the whole physical computer machine, often providing multiple virtual machines on one physical platform. The table below compares basic information about platform virtualization hypervisors. General[edit] Features[edit] ^ Providing any virtual environment usually requires some overhead of some type or another.

Indian road network Major highways in Indian road network. A recently built highway in the Western Indian state of Gujarat. India has a road network of over 4,689,842 kilometres (2,914,133 mi) in 2013,[1] the second largest road network in the world. Quick Start v0.36.5 / Tutorial / Quick Start Electron enables you to create desktop applications with pure JavaScript by providing a runtime with rich native (operating system) APIs. You could see it as a variant of the Node.js runtime that is focused on desktop applications instead of web servers. RemoteStorage-2011.10 - Unhosted Web Community Group Introduction Adding WebFinger, OAuth and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) to an online storage makes it usable as per-user storage for web apps. This specification describes a common interface for such a per-user online data storage. To make use of a remoteStorage-compatible online storage account, the user visits an HTML application that runs in her browser, or user-agent:

x86 virtualization In computing, x86 virtualization refers to hardware virtualization for the x86 architecture. It allows multiple operating systems to simultaneously share x86 processor resources in a safe and efficient manner. In the late 1990s x86 virtualization was achieved by complex software techniques, necessary to compensate for the processor's lack of virtualization support while attaining reasonable performance. In 2006, both Intel (VT-x) and AMD (AMD-V) introduced limited hardware virtualization support that allowed for simpler virtualization software but offered very little speed benefits.[1] Greater hardware support, that allowed for substantial speed improvements, came with later processor models. Software-based virtualization[edit] The following discussion focuses only on virtualization of protected mode of the x86 architecture.

CentOS The first CentOS release in May 2004, numbered as CentOS version 2, was forked from RHEL version 2.1AS.[1] Since the release of version 7.0, CentOS officially supports only the x86-64 architecture, while versions older than 7.0-1406 also support x86 with Physical Address Extension (PAE), with additional architectures supported in CentOS versions older than 4.7; a beta release is expected to be available for the ARM architecture.[9] History[edit] Before it adopted the "CentOS" name, CentOS Linux originated as a build artifact of cAos Linux.[10] Several of the cAos contributors at the time[when?] were merely interested in this build artifact for their own use, citing difficulties in collaborating with other noteworthy Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) clones of the time.

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