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Citrix Xenserver, developed by Citrix Technology , is used both by personal users and small to medium-sized businesses. Both the software technologies are quite reliable and give a satisfactory end-user experience. In management simplicity also, both the technologies fare almost similarly. You can get better value from either of them, depending on your needs and situation.
Both software supports many guest operating systems, including a variety of Linux and Windows OS. VMware does not provide the above but has a very efficient help-desk, which can be used anytime and a remote training program.
Citrix uses the Netscalar Gateway application and granular access. VMware uses Windows server DMZ for user access, which is a bit inferior, but the utility varies from case to case. Both software has some advantages and disadvantages, and in comparison, they are quite equal. Just feels similar in some respects. A long time ago in a galaxy far far away VMware used a Linux distribution similar to the way XenServer operates, but that was a different product which is no longer available.
I suggest you download the vSphere hypervisor installer and load it onto a system. Work with it and learn it. Observe how it boots. Enable ssh and log in to it remotely. Poke around the system. That is the best way to get some experience with it. What does a file format have to do with something being Linux? RPM is a packaging format, nothing more. RPM it just a way to distribute software.
Linux has never been in the hypervisor kernel and could not be for licensing reasons, it's not an option for VMware. It was always a guest VM that had Linux back in the day. Today there isn't even that. Think of a Hypervisor as a shim OS that runs between the hardware. Some Hypervisors require a management OS to run Hyper-V, Xen that they then pass through Storage and networking traffic, and leverage for drivers.
The problem with explaining them is that while they accomplish the same thing, at a very low level they are wildly different. That's a very important distinction. Can it an advantage Versus VMware? I do not know if any of VMware's kernel has any Linux open source built in or not, but I doubt it because they would have to release their source code.
They do release some open source code for some virtual-guest-machine components that use GPL code. This 2-page article online explains the differences and some of the pros and cons of each I cannot vouch for its accuracy but it is an interesting read. The first page is about Microsoft's Hyper-V microkernel architecture, and the second page is about VMware's monolithic kernel architecture.
There are a couple of diagrams that visually depict the architectures. Brand Representative for Unitrends. Unfortunately, we do not offer a free version of UVB at this time. UEB natively protects over different OSs and applications, so if you have a heterogeneous environment, UEB will most likely be the better fit for all of your backup needs.
Please let me know what questions you may have about these two software offerings. I've never really looked into XenServer at all or knew anything about it, but I have seen that Citrix page before and it led me to believe it was made by them.
And then looking here confuses me. Is there more than one version of XenServer now? One that comes from Citrix and one from the Linux Foundation? With my small amount of Xenserver knowledge I did find this. The hypervisor is the same. I think the only difference is support and management tools. Does it matter? You're not looking for compliance, you're looking for a hypervisor This is complete BS.
Citrix doesn't may any virtualization product at all. Core OS is newer than all of those things so that makes no sense either. Citrix does not use CentOS, what are you talking about? Microsoft doesn't use Windows, it has HyperV. You seem to be completely and utterly confused as to what any of this means and working from completely incorrect information.
Linux is an OS. POSIX-like is a really grey area, you can define it however you like. And doing something "like" that API doesn't define what the thing is. Linux is the kernal of an OS but is not an OS itself. The VMKernel is a kernel of a hypervisor. It is just a kernel, ESXi is a hypervisor built around it.
In theory the VMKernel could be used to make an OS, but it is not designed to be able to do so and no one has done so and no one has the legal right to do so. You are into concepts that are too complex and you are arguing about things many layers deeper than you understand.
No, this is completely wrong. Stop trying to make this comparison. Everything you are assuming is incorrect. Don't read into this, it means nothing that you are assuming. This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting. To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. I know that's very general, but I've been having a relatively hard time finding any IT related job that isn't basic help desk level one things.
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All I will say is - why not install both and try them out and see which you prefer? Spice 12 flag Report. Spice 5 flag Report. OP jasonlong. Thank you so much. Can you tell me some features in XenServer that Vmware can't do it? Spice 1 flag Report. Spice 3 flag Report. Spice 2 flag Report. Spice 6 flag Report. All versions of ESXi have support for a free licence. Scott Alan Miller. It is made by the Linux Foundation. Spice 10 flag Report. Spice 8 flag Report. Spice 11 flag Report.
Can you tell me what is launch this "hypervisors"? Then do the same with XenServer. What RPMs are you thinking of? StorageNinja This person is a verified professional. Vib's would be the package system on ESXi.
The main difference between the two is the intended usage of the software. The Citrix XenServer is used by personal users and small to medium-sized businesses, while VMware vSphere ESXi is only intended for small to medium-sized businesses and is not structured for personal use. hunn.copljo.info › Resources › Cloud Computing. Compare Citrix Hypervisor and VMware ESXi ; Usage, Citrix Hypervisor is meant for personal users and small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs).