At EMC World, the company has introduced 42 software and hardware products for storage, data management and virtualisation, saying there is no point in taking a 'one size fits all' approach to cloud needs
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EMC has launched 42 products as it overhauls its storage, backup, virtualisation and management software portfolio. The two big themes are hybrid cloud and big data.
Online backup service Mozy and its team will migrate to VMware, as part of an organisational shake-up, to give a research and development boost to EMC's virtualisation wing.The announcement, made by VMware on Monday, sees the EMC-owned service jump to VMware as a strategic shift within the organisation.
It was early 2009 when I first received word of EMC’s new Enterprise Storage, which at that time was being coined ‘The Tigron’. Rumours were abound that EMC were now going down the same route as the HDS USPV and taking the virtualisation through the array route.
The company has integrated its existing and acquired IT management technologies into a package, named Ionix, that it says will speed the move to virtualisation in the datacentre
EMC's virtualisation company, VMware has launched an open source virtual desktop client, VMware View Open Client. It is intended for use by EMC/VMware partner companies who want to give their clients the benefit of open source software running virtual machines and the company believes that a marriage of open source and virtualisation could be attractive to many companies.
The chipmaker plans to reduce its investment in the virtualisation company, putting millions of shares on the open market and selling 1m to Cisco and EMC
Invista 2.0 is the storage company's first virtualisation product for use with storage area networks
The EMC subsidiary's virtualisation product for Macs is targeted at consumers initially, supporting only two processors per virtual machine
The storage company's purchase of virtualisation leader VMware has not been overly popular from the start in many quarters. Now EMC wants to sell 10 percent of it. Is it enough?
EMC boss Joe Tucci answered some of my questions on virtualisation over a week ago, and I'm still pondering them.
iSCSI, virtualisation and business continuity are key to EMC's future, as Ken Steinhardt well knows
Storage vendor EMC this week released details about its upcoming entry into the storage virtualisation market, provoking an uncharacteristically pugnacious response from seasoned campaigner, IBM.EMC said its Invista software will leverage 'intelligent' switches -- which can independently find an optimum location and direct data to it -- to create virtual volumes in a networked storage facility, commonly called a storage area network (SAN).
Sun hopes that by adding support for EMC storage products to its virtualisation array, it will become a more attractive proposition for anyone looking to make the switch
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