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Running Xen: A Hands-On Guide to the Art of Virtualization by Jeanna Matthews, Brendan Johnson, Patrick F. Wilbur, Jeremy Bongio, Wenjin Hu, Todd Deshane, Eli M. Dow

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Appendix A. Resources

Xen is still very much a moving target. It is under active development, and substantial aspects of its architecture are evolving. Many details of Xen are documented only in the code itself. This appendix highlights helpful resources for getting additional information and for tracking the inevitable changes in Xen. We highlight a few of the main sources of good information about Xen; there are of course many others, including excellent articles or blogs from early Xen adopters. As with most topics, your curiosity and a good search engine will take you a long way.

Xen Community

The first stop for anyone serious about learning more about Xen should be the Xen Community site hosted at http://xen.org (formerly http://www.xensource.com/xen/ ...

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