aThis accessible and immediately useful book expertly provides the Xen community with everything it needs to know to download, build, deploy and manage Xen implementations.a aIan Pratt, Xen Project Leader VP Advanced Technology, Citrix Systems The RealaWorld, 100% Practical Guide to Xen Virtualization in Production Environments Using free, open source Xen virtualization software, you can save money, gain new flexibility, improve utilization, and simplify everything from disaster recovery to software testing. Running Xen brings together all the knowledge you need to create and manage highaperformance Xen virtual machines in any environment. Drawing on the unparalleled experience of a worldaclass Xen team, it covers everything from installation to administrationasharing field-tested insights, best practices, and case studies you can find nowhere else. The authors begin with a primer on virtualization: its concepts, uses, and advantages. Next, they tour Xenas capabilities, explore the Xen LiveCD, introduce the Xen hypervisor, and walk you through configuring your own hardadiskabased Xen installation. After youare running, they guide you through each leading method for creating aguestsa and migrating existing systems to run as Xen guests. Then they offer comprehensive coverage of managing and securing Xen guests, devices, networks, and distributed resources. Whether youare an administrator, data center manager, developer, system integrator, or ISP, Running Xen will help you achieve your goals with Xenareliably, efficiently, with outstanding performance, and at a surprisingly low cost. acUnderstanding the Xen hypervisor: what it does, and how it works acUsing pre-built system images, including compressed file systems acManaging domains with the xm console acPopulating and storing guest images acPlanning, designing, and configuring networks in Xen acUtilizing Xen security: special purpose VMs, virtual network segments, remote access, firewalls, network monitors, sHype access control, Xen Security Modules (XSM), and more acManaging guest resources: memory, CPU, and I/O acEmploying Xen in the enterprise: tools, products, and techniquesX connection to localhost:11.0 broken ay (explicit kill or server shutdown). All that is ... When you restart your SSH session, the . ... (VNC) uses a Remote Framebuffer Protocol to compress and then transfer entire frames of display to a remote computer. ... One thing you might want to investigate is tunneling VNC through SSH.
|Author||:||Jeanna N. Matthews, Eli Dow, Todd Deshane, Wenjin Hu, Jeremy Bongio, Patrick F. Wilbur, Brendan Johnson|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 2008-04-06|