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Based on XenServer, XCP-ng is the result of massive cooperation between individuals and companies, to deliver a product without limits. No restrictions on features and every bit available on GitHub!

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  1. Citrix Hypervisor is the leading open source virtualization platform, powered by the Xen hypervisor. It is used in the world's largest clouds and enterprises.
  2. Get quick remote access from Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux to any desktop or mobile device, such as Android or iOS devices. (XCP) hosts through the network. OpenXenManager is an open-source multiplatform clone of XenCenter (Citrix). The source code can now be found on GitHub using the homepage link below. Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update.

Runs on: Mac OS X 10.1 or later Related: Xencenter Plugin - Citrix Xencenter Help - Citrix Xencenter - Nexus Plugin Ableton Plugin - X Plugin Pages: 1 2 3. Download Citrix Workspace App, Citrix ADC and all other Citrix workspace and networking products. Receive version updates, utilities and detailed tech information.


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Use the powerful web based Xen Orchestra to manage your hosts

Live migrate your VMs all around the world, without interruption

Control your VMs on your own baremetal, no neighbors

With Xen Orchestra Web UI

A glance on your whole XCP-ng infrastructure on a dashboard page!

With Xen Orchestra Web UI

List your VMs with statistics, IP addresses, CPU/RAM count…


Where the community is the most active! Tons of good advice, use cases and people to help you.

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GitHub is the place to report issues and contribute to the project. PRs are very welcome!

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Grab the 8.2 ISO here, then create your bootable USB key with:

dd if=xcp-ng-8.2.0.iso of=/dev/sdX bs=8M oflag=direct

Then just boot on it!

On Windows, you can use Rufus to create the bootable USB stick.

Download the Net install ISO (150MiB), then create your bootable USB key:

dd if=xcp-ng-8.2.0-netinstall.iso of=/dev/sdX bs=8M oflag=direct

Then just boot on it!

On Windows, you can use Rufus to create the bootable USB stick.

Just insert the ISO and follow instructions. You'll have an upgrade panel, just select it and that's it!

After a reboot, you'll be on XCP-ng while keeping all your previous settings (Storage, VMs…)

No physical access to the XenServer host?

Please check our documentation for advanced upgrade cases.

Security matters: all our repositories, ISOs and packages are signed with a GPG key. This key is available here:

Then, you can follow our guide on how to check authenticity of our ISO, and even any XCP-ng RPM repository or mirror.

Found a security problem in XCP-ng? Please email us on security at xcp-ng dot org

We strongly suggest to download only the current release. This is only for historical purpose.

You can find all previous XCP-ng releases here:


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Just go on this web page and follow instructions:

Proteus design suite download mac installer. This will deploy a small VM doing all the management and backup for your XCP-ng. Follow instructions given on the screen, and you're up and running!

If you want to learn more about Xen Orchestra, please visit the official website.

XCP-ng virtualization platform is a Xen Project incubation project hosted in the Linux Foundation.XCP-ng aims to be the bridge between the users community and the developers and is the default entry point for any user.

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Initially a fork of XenServer, XCP-ng made something some people thought would be impossible: gathering a large community around a new virtualization platform in those modern days.

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