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About Ian Campbell

Ian Campbell has been involved with the Xen project since joining XenSource in 2005. Today he is a Principal Software Engineer at Citrix Systems, Inc (http://www.citrix.com) working on Xen where his interests include Linux on Xen, paravirtualised networking and toolstack issues. Prior to Citrix (and XenSource) he worked on embedded Linux systems at Arcom Control Systems.

Ian is a Xen.org committer, Linux maintainer (Xen network backend driver) and Debian maintainer. Also check out Ian’s personal blog.

Posts by: Ian Campbell

  1. Xen on ARM and the Device Tree vs. ACPI debate December 3, 2013

    Posted in Thought Leadership, Uncategorized, Xen Hypervisor.

    No comments
  2. Reporting A Bug Against the Xen Hypervisor June 4, 2013

    Posted in Xen Hypervisor, Xen Support.

    2 comments
  3. Using valgrind to debug Xen toolstacks January 18, 2013

    Posted in Xen Development.

    No comments
  4. Xen 4.2.0 Released September 17, 2012

    Posted in Announcements.

    9 comments
  5. Xen 4.2 Release September 3, 2012

    Posted in Xen Hypervisor.

    No comments
  6. Xen on ARM with virtualisation extensions progress. August 15, 2012

    Posted in Xen Hypervisor.

    No comments
  7. Xen 4.2 Release Plan Update: Xen 4.2.0-rc1 released July 31, 2012

    Posted in Xen Hypervisor.

    1 comment
  8. Debconf12, Managua, Nicaragua July 13, 2012

    Posted in Events, XCP, Xen Hypervisor.

    No comments
  9. Xen.org Security Policy Update: Get Involved June 28, 2012

    Posted in Announcements.

    No comments
  10. Xen 4.2 Release Plan Update June 27, 2012

    Posted in Xen Hypervisor.

    No comments
  11. Xen 4.2 Release Plan Update April 2, 2012

    Posted in Xen Development, Xen Hypervisor.

    3 comments
  12. Xen 4.2 Release Plan March 19, 2012

    Posted in Xen Development, Xen Hypervisor.

    No comments
  13. Initial patches for Xen ARMv7 with Virtualization Extensions applied to xen-unstable. February 21, 2012

    Posted in Xen Development, Xen Hypervisor.

    2 comments
  14. Baremetal vs. Xen vs. KVM — Redux November 29, 2011

    Posted in Community, Xen Hypervisor.

    9 comments