- July 01, 2009
VirtenSys' new I/O Virtualization switch creates 'I/O clouds' or pools of server I/O resources that storage manager can allocate to different systems based on demand.
- May 26, 2009
Users have eagerly awaited the VMware vNetwork Distributed Switch in vSphere because of the increasing simplicity it offers network administrators.
- May 14, 2009
Without proper planning and management, virtualization problems can diminish the technology's benefits, IT managers warn at Microsoft TechEd 2009.
- April 29, 2009
In today's news in brief, VMware's green data center initiatives create estimated energy savings of 105 billion kWh; Ixia offers virtual network and application testing software.
- March 24, 2009
In today's news in brief, VKernel's SnapshotMyVM tool automatically documents VMware VMs, DMTF finalizes OVF, and VMware publishes a cost-per-app calculator.
- March 19, 2009
For all the talk about the virtualization features in Cisco's new Unified Compute System (UCS), most VMware shops won't buy it anytime soon.
- February 03, 2009
Dell will offer Xsigo's I/O Director on Dell PowerEdge servers and storage products, eliminating the problem of too-few physical I/O ports for virtualization.
- February 03, 2009
Hoping to promote its "Universal Client" vision, VMware has open-sourced the code for the VMware View client; Blade Network Technologies' now features VMready; an option for new Ethernet switches and more.
- January 29, 2009
Cisco Systems has released everything but the Nexus 1000V, its distributed virtual switch for VMware environments; and VMware has released version 1.5 of its VI Toolkit, replete with 32 new cmdlets.
- April 08, 2008
Network interface cards and adapters from Neterion et al. improve virtual machine performance, but skeptics counter that the devices aren't necessary for most virtual environments.
- March 25, 2008
Dell will offer Egenera PAN Manager software on its PowerEdge servers to enrich management offerings and compete with vendors like HP.
- December 11, 2006
Cassatt Collage 4.0 supports Xen virtualization, dynamically creates virtual LANs; Hyperic adds VMware support.