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Was VMware's recent security breach a bombshell or something barely worth raising an eyebrow about? A security expert weighs in.
The company is currently giving away its Management Pack for free, but there's a catch of course -- three, in fact.
HotLink recently refreshed SuperVISOR, its VMware hypervisor management system, with an eye on making it easier to administer heterogeneous hypervisor environments from vCenter.
Thanks to an abstraction trick, this young startup is enabling enterprises to manage multiple virtualization platforms from a single console.
Citrix kills its commercial OpenStack efforts, claiming it wasn't Amazon compatible; OpenStack execs disagree.
Dell buys desktop virtualization specialist Wyse Technologies in a bid to boost data center sales and expand its cloud VDI business.
Dell refreshes its virtual desktop portfolio with a new appliance, a 12G PowerEdge-powered enterprise option and a cloud-based offering.
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.
Often, what spells opportunity for aspiring startups is viewed as a threat by entrenched market leaders. In the case of virtual desktops hosted on the public cloud, Microsoft has a lot to lose. And one company stands ready to change the game further.
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.
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.
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?
Security software provider secures virtual machines running Windows and hints at markets beyond VMware.
VMware rules in the virtual data center and private cloud, but it's second runner up in the public cloud. With hybrid clouds on their way to being the future of computing and a consistent infrastructure between enterprises and service providers critical to their success, is it any surprise VMware is taking steps to protect its virtual kingdom?
Two-year-old startup offers automated disaster recovery testing for virtual environments that promise stronger compliance with RTO, RPO.
Microsoft knocks VMware's virtualization strategy. Some of it rings true but it doesn't seem to matter. Is this a sign of Microsoft becoming less relevant?
AMD set out to prove that through collaboration with platform vendors and today's multi-core processors, virtualization doesn't necessarily mean a performance penalty.
Oracle looks to advance its server virtualization technology with new management capabilities and performance enhancements.