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VMware extends the software-defined concept to enterprise storage, touting its Virtual SAN offering as a new way of using servers to provide storage services.
According to Rackspace CTO John Engates, the dedicated VMware VCenter Servers will allow customers to migrate VMware workloads from their data centers to Rackspace facilities.
Virsto is doing for storage what VMware and Microsoft have done for servers. Will Virsto's software-defined storage hypervisor meld with VMware's vision of the software-defined data center?
SanDisk boasts FlashSoft for VMware vSphere accelerates application performance by three to five times over.
Virtualization is far more than merely creating virtual servers or virtual clients. It is a range of technology that spans the entire software stack. Over time, VMware has moved from a one trick pony to having a strong portfolio of virtualization technology. Only IBM, HP, Microsoft and Oracle have a stronger portfolio.
If physical host machine has not enough resources or performance to keep every virtual machine running the solution is to start virtual...
OpenStack has the potential to become to the cloud what the LAMP stack is to servers, Rackspace's chief has said, while blasting VMware and Amazon for not participating in the scheme
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,
Virtual servers, as opposed to real physical servers, provide great cost benefits. The applications, services, together with the virtual...
vStart 50 combines Dell servers, storage and switches and comes bundled with either VMware or Microsoft virtualization software.
The sweeping price change implemented in vSphere 5's licensing model has led to concerns by VMware customers that the company is forcing them to pay more for RAM in their own servers
There's a real battle in the virtualization market as VMware positions itself as cloud computing's operating system. Meanwhile, Microsoft is gaining traction and players like Citrix and Red Hat are also a threat. Virtualization's main selling point---the ability to use more computing capacity and save on servers---resonates for obvious reasons.
Data centers are being reinvented via virtualization, servers with better performance per watt and the increasingly popularity of cloud computing. Key vendors such as Cisco, EMC, HP, IBM, VMware and others are all pushing to make the data center more efficient. Who will be the leader in next-gen data centers?
The ftServer range of high-availability servers now comes with Intel's 5500 Xeon, plus a sizeable upgrade in RAM and support for virtualisation products from VMware
Taken together, the moves mark a shift away from having to rely on Microsoft Windows to host the software used to manage servers with VMware installed.
VMware's new CEO Paul Maritz (right) used his first VMworld keynote on Tuesday to introduce the company's Virtual Datacenter Operating System (VDC-OS) to an audience of IT professionals and technology industry insiders at the VMworld 2008 conference at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas.
VMware is the clear market leader in providing virtualization technology with 82% of the sample using VMware. Despite high levels of Linux use, only 3% of the sample were using Xen as their virtualization platform. Microsoft was used by 13% of the sample base with various Unix technologies and mainframe accounting for 14%. 59% of [...]
This is a powerful performance monitoring and reporting system for servers running VMware ESX Server. Web-based dashboards show the resources in use by servers and their VMs, while the reporting module delivers printable reports of historical data.
The ftServer 6200 VMware bundle makes an excellent platform for hosting virtual machines. As VMware servers cannot be clustered, the Stratus offering is about the only option for organisations requiring extreme high availability from their ESX Server environments.
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AMD plans to announce Wednesday that Dell is offering five quad-core Opteron server platforms and that the chipmaker has received VMware certification.Adding Dell to the fold brings the total number of OEM AMD quad-core systems to 13.