The two-year-old startup provides a security platform to protect cloud users' virtual machines, targeting an area of cloud computing the firm says remains widely misunderstood.
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The company's xStream platform is billed as a versatile solution for complex, large-scale deployments, offering support for public, private and hybrid clouds.
Thanks to an abstraction trick, this young startup is enabling enterprises to manage multiple virtualization platforms from a single console.
British firm seeks to spread its on-demand computing model to North America, touting cost and efficiency savings of virtual server offering.
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.
Firm patterns server processor off of mobile phone architecture as it envisions a data center defined by specialized hardware.
Two-year-old startup offers automated disaster recovery testing for virtual environments that promise stronger compliance with RTO, RPO.
Data protection firm touts a unified approach for a variety of enterprise platforms, server and storage configurations.
With 10 Gig servers taking over the market, the volume of data traversing WANs continues to proliferate. Infineta has an answer that doesn't require more bandwidth.
Startup backs desktop virtualization approach that departs from traditional VDI deployments.
V-Commander product promises to help enterprises scale and manage virtual environments as well as support internal private clouds.
Firm's software seeks to help demystify storage complexities for server admins.
The four-year-old startup insists that the rise of virtual computing demands new virtual storage architecture.
Five-year-old firm looks to help enterprises improve security and lower costs while reducing VDI complexity.
Armed with a suite of low-cost management and monitoring tools, firm seeks to free up IT managers for more strategic pursuits.
Startup seeks to help businesses plug into the cloud to adapt to new apps and proliferation of mobile devices amid dramatic shifts in how people work.
Built on technology developed at NASA, this startup aims to 'democratize' large-scale cloud computing deployments.
Boca Raton-Fla.-based firm sets its sites on organizing mission-critical, unstructured data to help enterprises navigate through the chaos.
Firm touts its server monitoring tool as an easy-to-use solution to push out performance metrics and alerts ahead of critical events.
Startup firm's software makes enterprise flash available as a server-tier computing resource.
Virtualization startup looks to help administrators manage capacity as it prepares to take on industry heavyweights.
Billing itself as a low-cost, simplified alternative to heavyweights like IBM and HP, ScaleXtreme offers a unified, cloud-based console for systems management.
Virtualization backup and management firm Veeam Software this week took steps to double down on its commitment to become the leading provider of disaster recovery and management solutions for virtual data centers.
With its flagship offering, Pancetera Unite, a virtual appliance, the company aims to remove the mystery and complexities surrounding virtual machine backup.
This server load-balancing and application delivery control vendor is looking to bring its low-priced traffic management technology for SMBs to the enterprise.