XenServer alternatives and similar tools
Based on the "Virtualization" category.
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Vagrant9.5 9.8 L2 XenServer VS VagrantVagrant is a tool for building and distributing development environments.
Packer9.1 9.6 XenServer VS PackerPacker is a tool for creating identical machine images for multiple platforms from a single source configuration.
QEMU8.9 10.0 L2 XenServer VS QEMUOfficial QEMU mirror. Please see http://wiki.qemu.org/Contribute/SubmitAPatch for how to submit changes to QEMU. Pull Requests are ignored. Please only use release tarballs from the QEMU website.
Otto7.5 1.1 XenServer VS OttoDevelopment and deployment system designed as the successor to Vagrant.
oVirt4.1 9.6 XenServer VS oVirtoVirt website
Ganeti4.0 7.9 L2 XenServer VS GanetiGaneti is a virtual machine cluster management tool built on top of existing virtualization technologies such as Xen or KVM and other open source software.
OpenNodeBuilds open-source infrastructure management software and implements cloud systems.
VirtualBoxVirtualization product from Oracle Corporation.
XenVirtual machine monitor for 32/64 bit Intel / AMD (IA 64) and PowerPC 970 architectures.
Proxmox VEComplete open source virtualization management solution.
KVMLinux kernel virtualization infrastructure.
XCP-ngBased on Citrix XenServer, XCP-ng is a fully open source virtualization platform.
ConVirtProvides the core functionality for centrally managing your KVM or Xen virtualized environment.
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This repository contains the source code for XenCenter.
XenCenter is a Windows-based management tool for Citrix Hypervisor environments, which enables users to manage and monitor server and resource pools, and to deploy, monitor, manage, and migrate virtual machines.
XenCenter is written mostly in C#.
The preferable way to contribute patches is to fork the repository on Github and then submit a pull request. If for some reason you can't use Github to submit a pull request, then you may send your patch for review to the [email protected] mailing list, with a link to a public git repository for review. Please see the [CONTRIB](CONTRIB) file for some general guidelines on submitting changes.
This code is licensed under the BSD 2-Clause license. Please see the [LICENSE](LICENSE) file for more information.
How to build XenCenter
To build XenCenter, you need
- the source from xenadmin repository
- Visual Studio 2019
- .NET Framework 4.8
and also some libraries which we do not store in the source tree:
You can find the source code of these libraries (along with some patches) in dotnet-packages repository.
To run the NUnit tests you will need the following libraries:
which can be obtained from http://www.nuget.org/.
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the XenServer README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.