Xen Project ships version 4.15 with Focus on Broader Accessibility, Performance, and Security
SAN FRANCISCO, April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The Xen Project, an open source hypervisor hosted at the Linux Foundation, today announced the release of Xen Project Hypervisor 4.15, which introduces a variety of features allowing for improved performance, security and device pass-through reliability. The Xen Project community continues to be active and engaged, with a wide range of developers from many companies and organizations contributing to this latest release. Additionally, community-wide initiatives, including Functional Safety, VirtIO for Xen and Xen RISC-V port, continue to make valuable progress.
"Xen Project continues to be a mature, open source hypervisor well suited for enterprise use cases that require security and high levels of performance. In addition to the incredible work that went into this release, I'm also pleased with the multiple community initiatives the Xen Project continues to drive forward and contribute to."
Community Initiative Updates
Functional Safety Update
Additionally, the Xen Project will be presenting, "Safety certification in the open: How the Xen project is making progress to achieve certification," at Embedded IoT World on April 28 at 3:00 pm PT.
VirtIO drivers for Xen:
Adds Charles Schulz, Chief Strategy Officer at Vates, "Xen is ideally suited for the broadest range of use cases. It provides performance, security, isolation and portability to datacenters, embedded and edge-of-the-network workloads alike. As such it is the ideal virtualization stack for hybrid cloud, cybersecurity and edge use case. Vates is committed to a long-term contribution and support of the Xen Project and looks forward to its growth and renewed adoption across the ecosystem."
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