Xsigo took up the fight for networking to the cloud with an Ethernet version of I/O Director.
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In his VMworld keynote, CEO Paul Maritz warned that IT needs new tools to deal with the growing wave of cloud-based applications and consumer devices enterprise users are adopting. The solution? IT as a Service.
The VMworld keynote, minute by minute
At VMworld, the virtualization giant delivers its vision of the cloud as an IT service for applications, leveraging its SpringSource technologies.
As VMworld kicks off, it is clear that a consolidation of virtual players is under way.
VMware's big show is on the way, with cloud computing front and center.
With backers that include Dell and Salesforce, Xsigo will announce what it says will be a virtual I/O breakthrough for the data center.
New release of Microsoft's self-service portal aims to improve data center administrators' ability to quickly provision virtual machines for internal customers.
The virtualization and cloud computing infrastructure consulting firm will enhance CA's services division.
Six-months post-acquisition, VMware has absorbed Zimbra from both organizational and developmental perspectives. This week's product release reveals much about its future positioning in the VMware ecosystem.
New systems management release offers improved virtualization integration for enterprise users.
As VMworld draws closer, ISVs selling virtual server management tools are showcasing their goods.
Server virtualization may have caught on far and wide, but the technology for securing virtual environments lags. Regaining visibility at the access layer is critical to keeping your data safe. Here are three ways to accomplish this.
The cost savings and ease of management that draws enterprises to virtualization technologies is also proving attractive to government entities of all stripes.
Myths about technology are often difficult to burst, and few are more trying than those concerning server virtualization.
OpSource's latest offering may provide a bridge to the cloud for both skittish and resource-constrained enterprises and hosting providers that recognize the importance of cloud computing, but aren't sure how to get there.
Five new virtualization applications are designed to simplify life for IT managers and ease the complexity of moving virtual data loads throughout the organization.
VMware's Tuesday release of VSphere 4.1 is more than a typical point release, and it's about more than server virtualization.
For a point release, vSphere 4.1 packs an awful lot of new features, functionality and improvements. And it's SMB friendly, to boot.
The Planet rolls out a new cloud hosting service based on Linux KVM virtualization, but neither Red Hat nor Ubuntu are making any money from it - yet.
ManageEngine adds VMware APIs and a host of other functionality to its latest release of OpManager. Will this virtual server tool take the monitoring market by storm?
NEC partners with VMware to bring virtualization to its FT line. Is this the start of mission-critical apps running on virtual servers becoming commonplace?