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  • January 23, 2012 23 Jan'12

    VMware VSA capacity increases with new RAID requirements

    The vSphere Storage Appliance (VSA) released with vSphere 5 now supports more usable capacity per host thanks to relaxed RAID requirements, according to a VMware blog post. RAID, or Random Array of ...

  • January 20, 2012 20 Jan'12

    VMware previews cloud-based customer lab at NEVMUG

    VMware officials unveiled a new offering designed to help IT pros run proof-of-concepts in the cloud at yesterday's well-attended New England VMware User Group Winter Warmer at Gillette Stadium. ...

  • January 19, 2012 19 Jan'12

    VMware shops eye new System Center 2012 licensing for virtualization

    Microsoft may gain some ground against VMware this year. The company simplified System Center 2012 licensing and continues to support unlimited virtualization management per host.

  • January 19, 2012 19 Jan'12

    RHEV 3.1 to bring storage live migration, scalability

    RHEV 3.1 will include storage live migration and other KVM virtualization management features that will give server virtualization users a viable alternative to Microsoft and VMware.

  • January 18, 2012 18 Jan'12

    Shoring up vCenter in Auto Deploy environments

    One example of the growing criticality of vCenter comes with vSphere 5’s Auto Deploy feature. In certain disaster scenarios, its dependency on vCenter can send users down a ‘rabbit hole’ of ...

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  • January 18, 2012 18 Jan'12

    VMware shops expect vCenter high availability improvements, federation

    Many VMware vSphere features rely on vCenter Server, prompting some experts to speculate on ways its availability could be improved. Some say federation is also on the way.

  • January 13, 2012 13 Jan'12

    New tool emerges for multi-hypervisor management

    Security software giant McAfee is one of a growing number of enterprises running VMware vSphere, Hyper-V and XenServer together. Here’s how it manages multiple hypervisors.

  • January 11, 2012 11 Jan'12

    Will VMware’s new licensing portal end vSphere licensing nightmares?

    The new My VMware centralizes vSphere license management and support, possibly putting an end to VMware customer licensing problems.

  • January 10, 2012 10 Jan'12

    Whither VXLAN?

    I’ve been looking more deeply into the proposed IETF standard VXLAN of late, but my reading has left me with more questions than answers. VXLAN, or Virtual eXtensible LAN, submitted to IETF last ...

  • January 10, 2012 10 Jan'12

    Virtualization in 2012: Automation on the horizon

    The following is an expansion on our 2012 predictions piece on virtualization management, which ran on SearchServerVirtualization.com last week. As server virtualization becomes mainstream, vendors ...

  • January 04, 2012 04 Jan'12

    Virtualization management in 2012: All about multi-hypervisor

    Virtualization management tools will increasingly support heterogeneous hypervisors, and there will be a number of acquisitions in this space next year, IT pros and experts predict.

  • January 03, 2012 03 Jan'12

    Virtualization 2012: Hyper-V 3 vs. vSphere 5 showdown looms

    If Hyper-V 3 comes to market as expected by the end of this year, users say it will give VMware’s vSphere 5 a run for its money -- literally.

  • December 20, 2011 20 Dec'11

    VSphere 5, Xen top list of biggest server virtualization news stories

    Part two of our top 10 server virtualization news stories of 2011 covers the release of VMware vSphere 5, the vSphere 5 licensing controversy and Linux support for Xen.

  • December 20, 2011 20 Dec'11

    Top 10 server virtualization news stories of 2011

    New technologies, new products and new controversies made headlines in 2011. Find out which made our list of the top server virtualization news.

  • December 19, 2011 19 Dec'11

    VKernel throws down automation gauntlet for VMware

    With today’s release of version 4.5 of its vOps management software, Quest subsidiary VKernel is challenging VMware to an infrastructure automation duel. “[Paul] Maritz from VMware has been ...

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