James Bulpin

James Bulpin

James is architect and head of technology for XenServer within the Citrix Core Infrastructure Group, and a member of the Citrix CTO Council. He is primarily responsible for technical strategy and system architecture. James joined Citrix via the acquisition of XenSource Inc. which he joined at its foundation in 2005 having previously completed a PhD in the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory's Systems Research Group, the home of Xen. James sits on the Xen Project Advisory Board.

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An Octoblu-Powered Christmas Party!

Here at Citrix, we’re working hard to bring awesome workspace IoT solutions to our customers, leveraging our Octoblu Integration of…

Automating XenServer with Octoblu

One of the things I like most about my job is bringing together different technologies to produce useful outcomes. Therefore,…

Hacking a Meeting Room with Octoblu and a Big Red Button

In addition to being a computer geek, I’m also a closet electronics geek, equally happy with a soldering iron as…

Citrix XenServer Supports Microsoft Plans for Enhanced Virtualization Security

Today, Microsoft announced their intent to extend their Server Virtualization Validation Program (SVVP) with an Additional Qualification for third party…

10 Years of XenServer

It’s time for a party! This week marks the 10th anniversary of the first generally available release of XenServer, or…

XenServer 7: Building the Foundations of a Great Future

By now you’ve probably heard about XenServer 7  and its cool new features. However, this release is more than just…

Using Windows Server Containers with XenServer 7.0

Containers are a hot topic in the software industry at the moment. The technology promises rapid development and deployment of…

Containers or Virtual Machines? It Doesn’t Have to Be One or the Other.

Most of us have heard the buzz about container technology and businesses are trying to figure out how it fits.…

Christmas, Powered by Octoblu … All is Merry & Bright!

I’ve been a fan and user of Octoblu for a while. So, when I saw Chris Matthieu, Octoblu Supremo, tweet…

Xen and open-source

One of the things I love about Xen is that it’s been open since its beginnings. Xen came out of…