Red Hat Linux still isn't available on Microsoft's Azure cloud, but VMware's hypervisor should be there soon.
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The new open-source Xen hypervisor boasts improved ARM and Intel hardware support.
Bromium's Simon Crosby strongly advises us not to succumb to Cloudophobia.
A cloud is only as secure as the hypervisors that support its virtual machines and how secure are those? That's a darn good question and one we tend to avoid looking at.
ZeroVM has a fast new way to build virtual workspaces, and RackSpace was impressed enough to buy the company.
The core founders of the KVM open source hypervisor announced public access to the beta of a new cloud application hypervisor and more than $25 million in funding
Microsoft is looking forward to increasing the market share of its Hyper-V virtualisation product in Australia thanks to the release of Windows Server 2012.
The third stage in our investigation of Microsoft's Private Cloud Evaluation Software bundle completes the lengthy but necessary configuration work, prior to actually building our virtualised datacentres.
IBM has ploughed $2bn into developing the PureSystems family of integrated hardware and software, which see it mimic a datacentre strategy already adopted by rivals, though it is aiming for a broader stable of applications
When you move to the cloud, take your security with you rather than accept the lowest-common-denominator measures on offer, says Rik Ferguson
The OpenStack cloud project is killing off support for Microsoft's Hyper-V hypervisor, as the code Microsoft has submitted to the project to ensure compatibility is apparently unmaintained and broken.The removal of Hyper-V support from OpenStack was suggested last Friday by release manager Thierry Carrez.
The technologies that underpin cloud computing have become so accessible that several UK datacentre operators are launching cloud services, but they are finding it difficult to distinguish their products among customers
The cloud services are based on the open-source KVM hypervisor, use a range of UK datacentres and offer customers the ability to connect via dedicated fibre from their business premises to the cloud
Red Hat took a major step forward today in its goal to establish the open source kernel-based VM hypervisor as a leading virtualization platform for desktops and servers and a core component of its cloud computing strategy -- the release of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.0.
Managed services provider Claranet has announced a hypervisor-agnostic rentable cloud service.The Claranet Virtual Datacentre launched on Wednesday with one datacentre in the UK and plans for five further facilities across Europe.
Enterprises still flocking toward vendors offering hypervisor technology for virtualization but with cloud services on the rise, benefits of virtualized containers may offer better alternative, note industry insiders.
Microsoft plans to at least quadruple the processing power available to virtual machines in the forthcoming update to its server OS, and to provide better VM replication
Red Hat's chief executive Jim Whitehurst discusses the importance of the KVM hypervisor over VMware's and how the need for governments to regulate the cloud is decades away
Intel, HP and other leading technology companies have teamed up with the intention of stopping VMware's hypervisor from ruling the cloud.The Open Virtualisation Alliance, announced on Tuesday, hopes to make the open-source Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor the fundamental layer on which the cloud is virtualised.
The storage specialist has pushed out an architectural framework for putting together Cisco's UCS servers with NetApp storage for handling workloads virtualised on Microsoft's Hyper-V hypervisor