"Our engagement with the community is not something we take lightly," Schwartz said. "It is in every way the foundation of our company."
The news comes just days after Oracle unveiled its own virtualization product, Oracle VM, which like xVM Server, is based on the open source Xen hypervisor project. Both companies join a crowded market dominated by leader VMWare.
Sun said it intends to put $2 billion behind its vXM push. Ops Center, which is expected to be available next month, has already been validated to run on 1,000 system configurations, according to Sun.
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And they are committed alright with their Community site of openxVM