Based on comments made by a Microsoft Server and Tools division exec this week, it seems the M.I.A. Windows Azure Appliances are still on the Microsoft roadmap.
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I can hardly wait for HP to combine the hardware and software on the server side, too. I have no knowledge that HP is working up VDI appliances that could join the hardware configurations on the client side. But it sure makes a lot of sense.
Citrix has delivered a technical preview of a toolkit that allows developers to create and deploy OVF-based virtual appliances that run on multiple virtualization hypervisors.The toolkit, which was introduced last July, is code named "Kensho" and provides the ability to create, import and deploy application workloads on Microsoft's Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V and VMWare's ESX hypervisor as well as Citrix's own XenServer.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Larry Dignan: Oracle enters hardware market; Launches storage server to ride shotgun with databaseDana Gardner: HP and Oracle team up on ‘data warehouse appliances’ that re-architect database-storage landscapeHey, you, get onto my cloud!
The tie-up with Microsoft should make it easier to manage Windows Server services in remote offices
Open source systems management ISV Zenoss will reveal this week a partnership with rPath that will enable it to deliver VMware appliances in the VMware marketplace.The Annapolis, Maryland software company released its first set of application, server and network management appliances – one a hardware appliance, and the other, a VMware-enabled software appliance-- in September.
Adaptec's Snap Server 650 appears pricey, but it offers the performance and scalability of a high-end server while being much easier to deploy and manage, with useful data protection facilities also provided.
From server-level software, to appliances, to managed services, we review the latest anti-spam solutions to help enterprises manage the onslaught of unsightly spam.
ContentsBitDefenderClearswiftCA eTrustGFIIronPortMailGuardMcAfeeMessageLabsNetIQNetwork BoxSymantec BrightmailEditor's ChoiceAbout RMITHow we tested special report From server-level software, to appliances, to managed services, we find what solutions are available to help enterprises manage the onslaught of unsightly spam.It has been over a year since we reviewed anti-spam offerings.
Although Microsoft is keen to encourage backup appliances based on its forthcoming Data Protection Server (DPS) package, hardware manufacturers are remaining cautious about the concept.In September, Microsoft announced a planned mid-2005 release for DPS, a direct-to-disk backup solution aimed at the SMB market.
This mail server security appliance is child’s play to set up and manage, and great for companies with limited technical expertise.
If your business can't support a large, dedicated IT department, you need a straightforward appliance that delivers a range of network services. We review five and choose a clear winner.
Cobalt devotees were given a Christmas present by Sun Microsystems, it has emerged: source code for the user interface and back-end custom code for the server appliances.
Cobalt devotees were given a Christmas present by Sun Microsystems, it has emerged: source code for the user interface and back-end custom code for the server appliances
Mirapoint, a maker of "server appliances" dedicated to the task of handling corporate e-mail, announced Wednesday that Barry M. Ariko has taken over as chief executive.
Sales of security server appliances grew 10 percent year-over-year, as companies turned to low-end appliance servers dedicated to firewalls and virtual private networks, IDC says.
Symantec plans to come out with a new line of server appliances that are aimed at allowing information technology managers to better inoculate their networks from attacks.
Users of Sun’s RaQ 4 Server appliance have been warned in the latest CERT advisory of a serious vulnerability affecting the units. "A remotely exploitable vulnerability has been discovered in Sun Cobalt RaQ 4 Server Appliances… may allow remote attackers to execute arbitrary code with superuser privileges," the CERT advisory said.
Matt Loney: If there's one thing you can rely on analysts to do, it's to over-hype The Next Big Thing.
Sun Cobalt, reeling from a key exec's departure, says release of new Linux server appliances is imminent--its first major launch since Sun acquired the company a year and a half ago.
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