A new approach to virtualization could vaporize malware on desktops, mobile operating systems and even cloud-based Desktop-as-a-Service.
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Microsoft's built-in virtualization in Windows 2008 Server R2 has so far been unable to attain significant enterprise penetration. But all of that could change with Windows Server 8.
Powered by Podbean.comI was happy to be a guest this weekend on Rich Brambley's Virtumania podcast, and we talked about which free virtualization products best "cut the mustard", such as Oracle VM Virtualbox, Citrix XenServer, VMWare ESXi and Microsoft's Hyper-V server.
Two titans battle for desktop virtualization supremacy. Who will reign supreme?
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I discuss Ken's interview with Richard Stallman, Psystar's newly announced OEM Licensing program for Mac Cloning, the greater implications of hardware and software vendor tie-in, and talk with Jamison Moore of Parallels, the virtualization company.Click Here to listen to the October 9, 2009 Frugal Friday Podcast.
Windows 7 Ultimate RC 64-Bit Edition virtualized on Fedora 11, 64-Bit using Sun xVM VirtualBox 3.0With little fanfare, Sun Microsystems released version 3.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I discuss Google's downtime, Twitter's @reply policy changes and backpedaling, the COOL-ER eReader as possible Kindle Killer and talk with Rob Ellison, CEO of CUCKU, the social backup software for Windows.Click here to listen to the podcast.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I talk to Kenon Owens, Technical Product Manager for Microsoft's Integrated Virtualization Team about the new Microsoft Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 release.Click Here to listen to the Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 Podcast.
Frugal Networker Ken Hess and I talk to Richard Davies, CEO of ElasticHosts, a UK and European-based virtual server provider using Linux KVM virtualization technology.Click Here to listen to the Frugal Tech Show.