Solaris Container Manager

Yesterday I started writing about virtualization.  This is a topic I'll be covering a lot more here as we bring Connected Systems and Systems Management together.  In my last entry I mentioned that SunMC has great support for managing containers.  The feature of SunMC that does this is called the Solaris Container Manager. Some folks from the N1 team were nice enough to send me some screen shots.  Here's one.

 

Looks slick. The team has promised me live demos this week, so I'll write more after I've had a chance to check it all out.  Anyone out there using this feature?  How do you like it?  Also, if you're using Xen or VMware for virtualization what do you use to manage them?  How do you like it?

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Steve, this looks like cool stuff. On a semi-related topic, thought you might be interested in this bit from Linux magazine (via Gartner) on virtualization and server sales.

Posted by alan mcclellan on November 30, 2006 at 04:02 AM PST #

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