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In the opening keynote at LinuxCon, Linux Foundation executive director Jim Zemlin observed that open source is now key to how all companies use to develop software—and yes he meant Apple, Microsoft, and VMware as well.
SanDisk boasts FlashSoft for VMware vSphere accelerates application performance by three to five times over.
In an ongoing effort to make its Cloud Foundry the Linux of the cloud, the company announced today two open source projects -- Bosh and re-engineered CloudFoundry.org management platform -- and emphasized that its PaaS is open source and offers multi-cloud support for the new generation of cloud apps.
After one year of availability, VMware reflects about its open platform-as-a-service solution, Cloud Foundry.
VMware recently introduced a Mac version of VMware View, its Windows desktop virtualization product, as well as clients for Kindle Fire and Linux. In addition, the company updated its View client software for iPad.
VMware starts to take Mac and Linux more seriously by expanding its solutions to connect these platforms to Windows virtual desktops.
Red Hat announced today availability of its enterprise Linux 6.2 distribution with significant performance improvements for SAP, VMWare, Samba, storage/file servers and Active Directory,
Atlanta-based power management technology company JouleX, which sells an agentless network energy manager by the same name, has updated its software (JouleX Energy Manager version 2.5) to offer better integrate with VMware and better support for Linux and Macintosh client computers.
Industry journals, websites and blogs have been humming with rumors about VMware acquiring the SUSE Linux business from Novell. While nothing solid has become public about this possible deal, it does offer an opportunity for interesting speculation.
Businesses that buy vSphere licences will get SLES free of charge, as Novell and VMware continue a collaboration centred on making it easier to move workloads across clouds
Oracle's patent infingement case against Android Linux made all the big headlines last week yet the company also stepped up its attack on VMware with the release of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.2.
VMware will standardise all its virtual appliances on Novell's OS under a deal that should help the virtualisation specialist reduce its dependency on Windows
This is a pure rumour, sourced from random tweets. But it comes from Miguel de Icaza, founder of Gnome and Mono, so it has a certain investment of radiance.
It's no surprise that Red Hat is taking pot shots at VMware (and Microsoft) these days.The Raleigh, NC company has always slammed Microsoft but is not just a Linux vendor anymore.
This suite automatically reclaims over-allocated and under-utilised storage in Windows virtual machines. With SAN storage costing around £10/GB, Vizioncore's vOptimizer Pro could quickly pay for itself.
All future versions of the company's flagship virtualisation-management software, formerly known as Virtual Center Server, will appear in Linux versions
A new partnership aims to help software companies develop Suse Linux Enterprise-based virtual appliances that are tailored to VMware's ESX platform
Novell and VMware said Tuesday that they are collaborating so independent software vendors can build SUSE Linux Enterprise virtual appliances. The two companies will also develop VMware-ready appliances on SUSE Linux.
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