12 packages returned for Tags:"Virtualization"

.NET wrapper for the XenServer 7.0 API. XenServer includes a XML-RPC based API, providing programmatic access to the extensive set of XenServer management features and tools. The XenServer API can be called from a remote system as well as local to the XenServer host. Remote calls are generally made... More information
Libvirt supports: The KVM/QEMU Linux hypervisor The Xen hypervisor on Linux and Solaris hosts. The LXC Linux container system The OpenVZ Linux container system The User Mode Linux paravirtualized kernel The VirtualBox hypervisor The VMware ESX and GSX... More information
See: http://alphachitech.wordpress.com/2015/01/31/virtualizing-observable-collection/ GitHub is here: https://github.com/anagram4wander/VirtualizingObservableCollection There are no performant large data set observable collections that support write operations in .NET, so we wrote the... More information
Implementation of a VirtualizingWrapPanel for WPF running .NET Framework or .NET Core. The panel supports horizontal and vertical orientation, caching, container recycling and grouping. The package also contains a GridView and GridDetailsView control based on the VirtualizingWrapPanel. In addition a... More information
.NET wrapper for the XenServer 6.5 API. XenServer includes a XML-RPC based API, providing programmatic access to the extensive set of XenServer management features and tools. The XenServer API can be called from a remote system as well as local to the XenServer host. Remote calls are generally made... More information
.NET wrapper for the XenServer 6.1 API. XenServer includes a XML-RPC based API, providing programmatic access to the extensive set of XenServer management features and tools. The XenServer API can be called from a remote system as well as local to the XenServer host. Remote calls are generally made... More information
.NET wrapper for the XenServer 6.2 API. XenServer includes a XML-RPC based API, providing programmatic access to the extensive set of XenServer management features and tools. The XenServer API can be called from a remote system as well as local to the XenServer host. Remote calls are generally made... More information