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Great to see the progress made in supporting and testing the Libvirt Xen driver for OpenStack https://blog.xenproject.org/2015/04/27/introducing-the-xen-project-openstack-ci-loop/
We recently introduced the new Xen Project Test Lab, a key piece of infrastructure to improve the quality of our code and code coverage. As stated earlier, “we are serious and proactive when it comes to minimising and, whenever possible, eliminating any adverse effects from defects, ...
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Video recording of +Daniel Berrange talking about how libvirt is used by OpenStack for performance optimization with NUMA , huge pages and CPU pinning, at the recent +KVM Forum in Dusseldorf OpenStack Performance Optimization with NUMA, Huge Pages and CPU Pinning by Daniel P. Berrange
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The very first commit to libvirt was almost 7 years ago

  commit d77e1a9642fe1efe9aa5f737a640354c27d04e02
  Author: Daniel Veillard <veillard@redhat.com>
  Date:   Wed Nov 2 12:50:21 2005 +0000

    Initial revision

To celebrate we're planning to release libvirt 1.0.0 on Friday Nov 2nd, 2012
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Daniel talking about libvirt at the KVM Forum in Vancouver, 2011
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Video recording of Michal Privoznik talking about the value libvirt adds vs managing QEMU directly, at the KVM Forum in Dusseldorf

Libvirt. Why Should I Care? by Michal Privoznik
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Video recording of Jiři Denemark
 giving a KVM Forum keynote address about Libvirt in the last year Keynote: Libvirt by Jiři Denemark
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Eric & Guido doing a podcast about libvirt
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A visualization of libvirt development from a couple of years ago
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The open source virtualization API
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The libvirt project provides an API for managing the capabilities of many virtualization technologies, including KVM, QEMU, LXC, Xen, VMWare ESX, Parallels, OpenVZ, VirtualBox, Hyper-V and more. It includes bindings into many programming languages and mappings to SNMP, CIM, and GObject.