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Debian Linux Adopts OpenVZ Virtualization Software

The OpenVZ project announced its operating system-level server virtualization software technology is incorporated into Debian GNU/Linux giving users full access to OpenVZ software
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Debian users will be able to provision physical servers to run applications on virtual servers, rather than a full physical server. The OpenVZ project makes available Debian templates that allow for almost instant (in many cases about a minute) provisioning of a virtual server.

“Making OpenVZ virtualization available is a huge benefit for the Debian user community,” said Till Brehm, chief technology officer, HowtoForge.com. “We can gain significant benefits by carving physical servers into logical units – most of all improved utilization rates, which results directly in saved money.”

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