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.
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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 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.
Can Red Hat virtualization finally capitalize on new opportunities that will help it emerge from the enormous shadow cast by VMware, Microsoft and Citrix?
Does Nirvanix's abrupt demise spell the end of public cloud storage services?
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?
Our guest columnist from IT Central Station reveals what real users think of the leading virtualization products.
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.
The VMware User Group president shares valuable insight on how automation and convergence can help enterprises optimize virtualization in their data centers.
With Microsoft closing in on VMware's market leadership in the server virtualization space, has VMware been nimble enough to maintain its lead?
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 is one of the leading enterprise virtualization technology vendors, but where does it stand in relation to the open-source OpenStack cloud?
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.
The latest report from Gartner on the server virtualization infrastructure market reveals an interesting surprise or two.
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?
Big Blue is looking to create a more cohesive 'software-defined everything' world, largely by centering on OpenStack.
With over 11,000 deployments on non-Oracle hardware, Oracle Linux is powering ahead.
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 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.
Calxeda co-founder Larry Wikelius shows off ARM system-on-chip hardware and explains why and where ARM is growing.
IBM's System I isn't just a relic of the past and neither is RPG IV. Where are they going from here?
IBM Server Chief talks about Linux and takes aim at Oracle SPARC.
The reaction to the company's new IaaS cloud offering can essentially be summed up in a single word.
Could the cloud prove considerably less lucrative than initially imagined for VMware? And after years of having the server virtualization market virtually to itself, VMware is now facing serious competition there as well.
Bob Muglia explains why Juniper is involved with OpenStack.