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== What is XCP? ==
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XCP is the open source version of XenServer, which is a Citrix commercial product. It's of course based on the Xen hypervisor. XCP is written mainly in the OCaml language, with some parts also written in Python and C. It is a very mature product, which works easily, and is fairly easy to install. If you have Recommends: activated, then simply do "apt-get install xcp-xapi" to get it installed, then read the README.Debian to know how to use it. If you don't have the requirement to have [[EC2]] compatibility, and that you are searching for something easy, then it's the option of choice. Xen Cloud Platform (XCP) is the open source version of !XenServer, which is a Citrix commercial product. It's of course based on the Xen hypervisor. XCP is written mainly in the OCaml language, with some parts also written in Python and C. It is a very mature product, which works easily, and is fairly easy to install.

If you don't have the requirement to have [[Amazon EC2|EC2]] compatibility, and that you are searching for something easy, then it's the option of choice.

== How to install it? ==

XCP is available in Debian starting with Debian 7 "Wheezy". If you
have Recommends: activated, then simply install the DebianPkg:xcp-xapi package ({{{apt-get install xcp-xapi}}}) to get it installed, then read {{{/usr/share/doc/xcp-xapi/README.Debian.gz}}} to know how to use it.

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What is XCP?

Xen Cloud Platform (XCP) is the open source version of XenServer, which is a Citrix commercial product. It's of course based on the Xen hypervisor. XCP is written mainly in the OCaml language, with some parts also written in Python and C. It is a very mature product, which works easily, and is fairly easy to install.

If you don't have the requirement to have EC2 compatibility, and that you are searching for something easy, then it's the option of choice.

How to install it?

XCP is available in Debian starting with Debian 7 "Wheezy". If you have Recommends: activated, then simply install the xcp-xapi package (apt-get install xcp-xapi) to get it installed, then read /usr/share/doc/xcp-xapi/README.Debian.gz to know how to use it.