The open source management console for Xen, Enomalism, continues its progression towards 1.0 status.
The new 0.6 version introduces, among others, following improvements:
- Ability to change CPU and MEMORY allocation on virtual machines (live memory allocation)
- sHype/ACM Support on Fedora Core 6
- Windows XP / Vista Support using XenSource XenEnterprise
- Tentative support for Ubuntu 6.x series, as well as Fedora core 4 & 6
The commercial edition of Enomalism, planned for early February, will also introduce capability to manage multiple hosts.
Download it here.