When Intel releases a new processor, the OEMs typically race to refresh their wares. IBM is often the exception to this. Its most recent System x change up was well worth the few weeks wait.
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When it comes to Unix servers, IBM's Power Systems are the market leaders. Do they have what it takes to empower your server infrastructure?
Server-based computing is alive and well, delivering the benefits of centralized administration and data storage benefits of VDI, without the cost and maintenance of VDI.
British firm seeks to spread its on-demand computing model to North America, touting cost and efficiency savings of virtual server offering.
Management suites for server virtualization platforms is an area that continues to heat up. Not only are there more choices, but more vendors are also offering more products.
Touting the unique challenges of managing performance in the virtualization era, company offers "cross-silo" tools to keep tabs on diverse virtual and physical assets.
Cloud security, or lack there of, is increasingly proving to be a barrier to adoption and revenue for companies that sell public cloud services. VMware aims to remedy this by partnering with these eight top guns in the security market place.
VMware, Microsoft and Citrix are the Big 3 of server virtualization and public cloud. It may soon be time to add Red Hat and rebrand them the Big 4, however. With more mission-critical Linux servers being virtualized, more servers are running RHEV, and cloud providers are not exempt from this trend.
The virtual infrastructure management company doubles down on Veeam One hypervisor options.
Firm patterns server processor off of mobile phone architecture as it envisions a data center defined by specialized hardware.
Open source web server celebrates 17 years with a major new release that includes new cloud capabilities and speed that is 'better' than nginx
VDI has yet to capture the mainstream, but Virtual Computer has a plan -- flip the technology around. It believes Intelligent Desktop Virtualization, or IDV, carries many of the benefits of VDI with few of the disadvantages. Will enterprises bite?
Two-year-old startup offers automated disaster recovery testing for virtual environments that promise stronger compliance with RTO, RPO.
If you discounted Cisco's entry into the server market a few years ago, it's time to reconsider.
VMTurbo, a workload management system for virtualized environments, seeks to simplify and streamline. It's first stop -- hooking into VMware vCenter.
For some enterprises, regulations rule out using the public cloud. This means some products, notably Salesforce.com, can't be considered. PerspecSys believes it has found the solution for those with this predicament.
If Red Hat has its way, the Big Three of virtualization will expand to be the Big Four. With RHEV 3, Red Hat may have taken a big step in that direction.
The System Center 2012 release candidate makes a very clear statement: Microsoft is ready to seize the private cloud market from VMware.
Data protection firm touts a unified approach for a variety of enterprise platforms, server and storage configurations.
Dell believes the latest refresh of its AMD PowerEdge servers gives it a leg up on the competition when it comes to performance.
Adopting virtualization technology often leads companies to carry out security, backup and other day-to-day activities in new and different ways. This often adds unnecessary costs and complexity. Symantec's solution? Keep it simple.