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According to Pure Storage, FlashStack CI is delivered through its partners, validated and integrated with Cisco and VMware.
The storage giant, which holds an 80 percent stake in VMware, is exploring exiting the deal, citing the virtualization giant as a "distraction."
Tintri, a specialist in storage systems for virtualization, is expanding its support beyond VMware to Red Hat and Microsoft.
VMware had a busy first quarter after it completed the acquisition of AirWatch, which gave the company a mobile strategy. The company also launched virtual storage software.
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.
Citrix has enhanced XenServer so it can better fit in CloudStack-powered environments and use "shared nothing storage." Citrix is now offering a batch conversion tool in hopes of helping VMware users move to XenServer.
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?
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,
vStart 50 combines Dell servers, storage and switches and comes bundled with either VMware or Microsoft virtualization software.
Virsto Software launches virtual storage edition for VDI using VMware vSphere.
Hot on the heels of Dell introducing its first public cloud-based data storage offering with infrastructure-as-a-service solutions in partnership with VMware, Dell is teaming up with Salesforce on a software-as-a-service platform targeted towards small and medium-sized businesses.
HP's VirtualSystem comes in three flavors targeted at large enterprises, midsized companies and small businesses.
VMware 5.0 and Storage DRS make an intriguing pair but are they enough to make you take the plunge into the new licensing model?
On a recent excursion to a tech event I had the pleasure of meeting a well-known ‘VM Guru’, (who shall remain nameless). Having read some of this individual’s material I was excited and intrigued to know his thoughts on how he was tackling the Storage challenges related to VMware especially with Fibre Channel SANs.
After speaking with suppliers, I find it enlightening to speak with someone actually putting technology to use to learn more about what they are doing and why. I recently had the opportunity to communicate with Jason, Beckham, the VP of Information Technology for PayFormance Corporation about his organization's use of NetApp's storage and software combined with VMware vSphereTM, QLogic QLE8152 Converged Network Adapters, Cisco Nexus 5010, EMC CLARiiON arrays and Hitachi Data Systems .
In the past week HDS finally revealed their response to the VMware-Cisco-EMC alliance with the launch of a unified computing platform including integrated storage, server, and networking technology. With the aid of Microsoft, HDS have stated that their centralized storage, server and networking platform will be launched early next year.
Cisco Systems has just launched what it considers a "critical step" in its Data Center 3.0 strategy, promising an ecosystem of partners which include chipmaker Intel, tech consultancy Accenture, virtualization software provider VMWare, Microsoft, the labs unit of enterprise software firm SAP, storage maker EMC and roughly two dozen other companies.
Storage provider Iomega today announced two VMware Ready Certified networks attached storage products designed to give small businesses the same virtualization flexibility as their enterprise-level counterparts.A small business running Exchange on one server and another application on another server could run both apps on a single server and an NAS, the company said, reducing upfront costs, server power consumption and server management time.
EMC, which owns virtualization software company VMware, has launched the latest version of its Invista virtualization product for networked storage.