Rob Turner is an avid Debian user as well as many of the derivatives of Debian such as Devuan, Mint, Ubuntu, and Kali. Rob holds a Masters in Information and Communication Sciences as well as several industry certifications from Cisco, EC-Council, ISC2, Linux Foundation, and LPI.
In earlier articles, XenServer 6.5 configuration and usage was discussed. In May 2016, Citrix released the new version of the XenServer platform. Plenty has remained the same but there are also some useful new
Moving forward with a bit of a value add article and still tying into the previous article about guest creation in XenServer, this article will approach the concept of Physical to Virtual (P2V) migration
Continuing to move forward with the XenServer series, this article will approach the creation of the actual guests themselves (often called virtual machines). Update: In May 2016, Citrix released the new version of the
In the fourth article of this XenServer series, storage solutions will be discussed. Much like networking, storage solutions in XenServer are often difficult to grasp at first. Before beginning any configuration, the new terminology
In the third part of this series, the configuration of networking in XenServer will be discussed. Networking in XenServer is often a little difficult to grasp at first but is actually quite simple. The