The company's first year at VMware's VMworld powwow highlights how it has become a player in servers as well as the data center.
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When we did our server virtualization, we looked at virtualization in general. It became an opportunity for us to evaluate how we were going to harden things, how we were going to secure things, and since now we don’t have to support that many physical servers, we can expand on our current capacity, and hardware.
The companies have jointly released a vCenter-based console that promises to simplify the management of virtual server systems and their physical counterparts
VMware's forthcoming ESX Server 4.0 hypervisor update will allow users to change the amount of RAM allocated to virtual machines without rebooting them, VMworld 2008 attendees heard this week in the US.
[Live from VMWorld, Los Angeles]"We can download servers as easily as we can music from iTunes"(Homeland Internet, on a client video during the...
[Live from VMWorld in Los Angeles]VMWare working on power management system on top of VI that spots spare capacity and shuts down or clams down servers to save power. Also, says VMWare, letting virtual desktops run at employees homes saves power in the office.
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