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Who Offers the Best Public Cloud Storage System?
A recent report from Nasuni ranks public cloud storage providers, but a closer look at one of their top picks highlights the pros and the cons of cloud storage right now.

VMware Closing In on Vision for Software-Defined Data Center
In less than a year VMware has spent over a billion dollars acquiring the missing parts needed to turn its software-defined data center vision into a reality.

Handling Heterogeneous Hypervisor Environments with HotLink's SuperVISOR
What's the dominant hypervisor today? While VMware may be the obvious answer, HotLink's CEO has a different take on the matter.

Microservers: Up and Coming Solution or Cute Holiday Boutique Gift?
Microservers seem to be quite the rage in the server world these days, but are they really a serious solution that can be used as "real" servers?

Tackling the 'Last Mile' of Workloads for Virtualization
A virtualization expert weighs in on how to effectively handle the mission-critical applications that tend to be the hardest to virtualize.

ServerWatch's Top 10 Virtualization Experts You Need to Follow
Follow these experts to stay on top of the latest news and trends in virtualization.

Survey: 51% of x86 Servers Now Virtualized
A new study from 451 Research reveals that a slim majority of x86 servers are now virtualized.

VMware's Moves Signal a Shift in Server Virtualization for 2013
Three key actions from VMware punctuate the changes in the server virtualization ecosphere over the last twelve months, but what exactly do they mean for the future?

Why the Pivotal Initiative Spinoff Makes Sound Sense
VMware and EMC are taking both a back-to-basics and a forward-looking approach in committing key technologies and resources to the Pivotal Initiative.

vSphere Backup Brouhaha Leads to Veeam and Symantec Squabble
Veeam isn't willing to take a perceived slight over virtual machine backups lightly, but what exactly is the virtualization vendor blowing up over in this case?

SDN Surge Simply the Norm for Ever-Evolving Virtualization Market
The rate of evolution in the network virtualization market has jumped into hyperspeed mode over the second half of 2012.

Top 10 Reasons Not to Virtualize
We take a break from the norm of extolling the virtues of virtualization to shed some light on those situations when it's important to just say no.

VMware Seeking Total Cloud Domination?
Like the infamous villains in James Bond flicks, VMware would very much like to rule the world -- the cloud world in this case.

Dreamhost Looking to Contribute Back to Linux
Dreamhost's CEO elaborates on the evolving role of Linux use at his hosting company.

What's the Real Story on KVM Usage?
While some surveys peg hypervisor usage of Red Hat's KVM at a meager 0.5%, support for KVM from vendors tells a different story.

OpenStack Open Source Cloud Distributions Take Shape
Ubuntu, SUSE and Red Hat explain how the nascent market for packaged cloud server distributions is beginning to shape up.

Ubuntu Helps Accelerate OpenStack Deployments
Mark Shuttleworth details what it takes to deliver OpenStack in production, in 3 minutes or less.

Can OpenStack Overcome Its Cloudy Climate?
Will political in-fighting and dissent over open and closed cloud platform alternatives prevent cloud providers from helping make the cloud enterprise a reality?

What the vTax's Demise Means for Server Virtualization
Is VMware's elimination of the hated "vTax" a sign that the company is changing its focus to where the real money is?

Red Hat: Linux on ARM Is No Joke
The Linux vendor is putting serious effort into enabling Linux for ARM.

OpenStack Foundation Aiming to Advance the Open Cloud
The incoming Executive Director of the group responsible for overseeing OpenStack's development provides insight into the foundation's official launch and the challenges that lie ahead.

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