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Virtualization Vendors Making Inroads on Storage Simplicity
Products like VMware's Virtual SAN and DataCore's SANsymphony -V are helping administrators manage storage in increasingly heterogeneous hypervisor-dominated data center environments.

Cisco UCS Servers Turn 5
Project California has transformed Cisco into a major server player.

A Closer Look at VMware's Acquisition of AirWatch
What's behind the server virtualization leviathan jumping into the mobile device management market?

The Software Defined Data Center Emerges (Slowly)
A variety of IT trends are fueling the software defined data center, yet SDDC still lacks a central driver to propel it into the mainstream.

ConVirt Looks to Converge Hypervisor Management
If you're just dipping your toes in the waters of hypervisor heterogeneity, finding a solution for your multi-hypervisor management needs may be easier than anticipated.

Martin Casado on Network Virtualization
VMware chief architect for networking talks network virtualization's history, outlook, and unexpected benefits.

Recapping the World of Server Virtualization in 2013
The virtualization space has seen significant changes over the past twelve months, but one key factor remains the same as we turn our attention to what 2014 might bring.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.5 Brings the Goods, Softly but Surely
Red Hat's RHEL is quietly evolving into a powerful server virtualization offering, and the latest release has more to offer than ever before.

HotLink's Metamorphosis into Cloud Bursting and DRaaS Solutions
Hotlink may have started out as a vendor of multi-hypervisor management systems, but now the startup is providing the vital glue needed to build more complex cloud bursting and disaster recovery solutions.

Red Hat Ramps Up Virtualization and Cloud Initiatives
Can Red Hat virtualization finally capitalize on new opportunities that will help it emerge from the enormous shadow cast by VMware, Microsoft and Citrix?

Nirvanix Shut-Down Sends Shockwaves through the Cloud Services Industry
Does Nirvanix's abrupt demise spell the end of public cloud storage services?

Addressing the Virtualization Disconnect
With virtualization evolving faster than IT staff can learn how to master it in many cases, what good is all this new virtualization technology to your organization if no one knows how to use it?

Server Virtualization Customer Reviews: VMware, Hyper-V, XenServer and More
Our guest columnist from IT Central Station reveals what real users think of the leading virtualization products.

Let the Enterprise Networking Games Begin
The war for control of the enterprise network of tomorrow is about to begin, and when it does it's going to get dirty because it's a war no one can afford to lose.

What Will Drive the Data Center of the Future?
The VMware User Group president shares valuable insight on how automation and convergence can help enterprises optimize virtualization in their data centers.

VMware Making Moves to Stay Ahead of Microsoft in Server Virtualization
With Microsoft closing in on VMware's market leadership in the server virtualization space, has VMware been nimble enough to maintain its lead?

A Sunny Outlook for All in Microsoft and Oracle's Cloud Partnership?
With the two companies teaming up on the cloud in what looks to be a win-win deal, who then stands to be the big loser?

VMware's Love-Hate Relationship With OpenStack
VMware is one of the leading enterprise virtualization technology vendors, but where does it stand in relation to the open-source OpenStack cloud?

Data Center Boot Camp Revolution: Creating Leaner, Meaner Data Centers
A closer look at the emerging trends and technologies that are helping reshape the traditionally stodgy, static data center into a more efficient, highly capable software-defined beast.

Taking Stock of the State of the Server Virtualization Market
The latest report from Gartner on the server virtualization infrastructure market reveals an interesting surprise or two.

Software-Defined Data Centers Now More Than Just a Virtual Reality?
With the topic of software-defined data centers front and center among CIOs, where do SDDCs currently stand and what can we expect from them in the near future?

IBM Sheds Light on Software-Defined Environments Strategy
Big Blue is looking to create a more cohesive 'software-defined everything' world, largely by centering on OpenStack.

Oracle Linux Gains Momentum
With over 11,000 deployments on non-Oracle hardware, Oracle Linux is powering ahead.

How Capitalism Can Help Control Your Hybrid Cloud Environment
VMTurbo's Economic Schedule Engine shows how capitalism trumps communism when it comes to the efficient allocation of resources in a hybrid cloud environment.

Veeam Brings Backup Optimization to Virtualized Environments
Veeam is establishing a reputation for excelling at backup and replication in environments that rely on server virtualization, and it keeps piling on new features worth checking out.

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