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Big Blue is sprucing up its tools to help ISVs and clients collaborate and build their own cloud computing services.
Rethinking data center design to lower costs and reduce power is paying off for HP and its customers.
IT infrastructure should be treated as 'a single giant computer on which applications can be provisioned in a more manageable, scalable way.'
New efforts aim to simplify and encourage enterprises' use of pre-built software delivered through the technology.
If HP, BMC and Fortisphere have their way, the lack of tools to manage virtualized environments will become a problem of the past.
Virtualization newbie Microsoft and market leader VMware play nice, up to a point, with validation program.
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Don't yet the naysayers fool you, with sales up and software development continuing, the mainframe is far from dead.
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As enterprises continue investing heavily in virtual environments and infrastructure, more vendors are going live with tools to manage the proliferation. 3Leaf, Hyperic and SunGard announced new offerings this week.
Virtualization is rendering tried and true strategies for backup and recovery inadequate. Symantec explained why they're due for an overhaul.
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