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XenServer mini-product traning is live!

Barry reporting from Citrix's blog:

Peter Blum from the Citrix XenServer team put together a short (37 minutes) product training for XenServer and recorded it using Camtasia. Below the info on the video, I have posted some info on the hardware support for Citrix XenServer (Processors, memory, storage, network) as well as the virtual machine limitations.

In this video, Peter covers the following topics -

1.Setting up Xen Enterprise and Xen Center.
2.Creating resource pool.
3.Attaching the remote storage.
4.Creating VM
5.Using some of the features in the product.

You can watch (and listen) to this mini product training here.

After you watch teh XenServer training video, you may to read about the specific new features in XenServer v4 in this post.

If you would like to go through a quick install yourself, you can download XenServer Express Edition for free. Once you have the code downloaded, it takes about 10 minutes to Xen

Here are some background requirements for installing Citrix XenServer -

Hardware Support

Do I need a system with a 64bit x86 processor to run your software?

Yes, our products require a 64bit x86 processor.



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