by MichaelF on October 17, 2006 06:16am
Today Microsoft announced the addition of it’s Virtual Hard Disk Format (VHD) to the list of specifications covered by the Open Specification Promise (OSP). As a result individuals and organizations can use, redistribute and modify Microsoft’s virtualization format for free.
In light of this announcement we thought it would be a good time to catch up with a company that utilizes the VHD format: Xensource. In this podcast Sam and Simon Crosby, CTO of Xensource, discuss the Xensource and Microsoft partnership, Veridian, virtualization approaches, what’s on the horizon and more.