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What happens in high-performance computing eventually finds its way into mainstream computing. Keeping up with the latest innovations goes a long way toward managing a data center that meets your business' needs.
The virtualization vendor introduces vCenter Operations, making it possible to manage your entire data center stack -- virtual servers, physical servers, storage, networking components and more -- from a single interface.
VMware added a lane in its highway to the cloud with three new cloud provider partners and vCloud Connector, which bridges the private cloud to the public cloud.
The latest version of DataCore's SANsymphony looks to mitigate virtualization's impact on storage and simplify its management. Can it deliver?
Dell and HP announced new software offerings designed to make managing virtual environments easier. Is the future for server manufacturers virtual?
With VMware's stock soaring to new heights, the future continues to look bright for virtualization. It's 2011 and virtualization no longer means just servers -- a recent CDW report finds desktop virtualization deployments on the rise.
A recent deal between VMware and LG brings virtualization technology to the mobile device world. Could the iPhone be next?
InternetNews.com chose VMware CEO Paul Maritz to receive a 2010 CEO Vision Award. The leader of the virtualization king pin was selected for his leadership in continuing to push the technology's value proposition forward.
Is virtualization really all that new to HPC?
Virtualization isn't just about slicing and dicing. Sometimes it's about bringing systems together, as ScaleMP demonstrates with its latest release of vSMP Foundation.
Virtualization and cloud were key components of two recent OS releases: Fedora Linux 14 and Windows Server 2008 SP1. Suddenly, the OS isn't such a dinosaur after all.
NEC's FT Express5800 can now run Hyper-V, providing a new fault-tolerant virtualization environment for Windows shops. Can virtualized mission-critical apps be far behind?
Gartner sees cloud computing on its way to the Trough of Disillusionment, while IDC says cloud computing is the fastest growing IT segment.
With version 9 of its flagship product, Simpana, CommVault is taking a 'modern approach' to data management -- and the way it manages virtual machines is key.
Six months ago, IDC said new virtual servers will exceed physical server purchases in 2010. This week, Gartner said only 25 percent of all server workloads will be in a virtual machines this year. Can both be correct? Dell hopes so.
VMware may be in talks with Novell to purchase its SUSE Linux division. What could the server virtualization vendor want with an OS?
From cloud computing virtual to I/O and more, here are highlights of eight ServerWatch conversations had with vendors at VMworld.
Xsigo took up the fight for networking to the cloud with an Ethernet version of I/O Director.
The VMworld keynote, minute by minute
As VMworld kicks off, it is clear that a consolidation of virtual players is under way.
VMware's big show is on the way, with cloud computing front and center.
Six-months post-acquisition, VMware has absorbed Zimbra from both organizational and developmental perspectives. This week's product release reveals much about its future positioning in the VMware ecosystem.
As VMworld draws closer, ISVs selling virtual server management tools are showcasing their goods.
The cost savings and ease of management that draws enterprises to virtualization technologies is also proving attractive to government entities of all stripes.