Open source virtualization
- June 09, 2010
Thanks to a new pact between VMware and Novell, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is now VMware's Linux of choice for virtual appliances.
- June 02, 2010
Novell's PlateSpin ups Linux management game; VizionCore slims down vFoglight; other news in brief.
- April 13, 2010
VMware and Salesforce.com have teamed up to deliver a cloud computing offering.
- April 01, 2010
To close the gap on VMware, virtualization up-and-comers Microsoft and Red Hat both delivered beta offerings of their respective Hyper-V and RHEV offerings this week.
- March 16, 2010
IBM will use Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV), a KVM implementation, for its new test and development cloud.
- March 02, 2010
VKernel offers a free capacity management tool for VMware virtual environments; and other news in brief.
- February 24, 2010
Microsoft and Red Hat have made nice with new Hyper-V Linux Integration Components. RHEL will now run better as a guest on Hyper-V.
- February 22, 2010
Citrix and Novell scratch each other's backs on XenServer, SUSE Linux certification, and other news.
- November 10, 2009
A new open source project strives to bring VMware-like fault tolerance to Xen hypervisor environments, and other news in brief.
- November 06, 2009
VMware says it won't develop a general-purpose Linux distro, but it may have other tricks – such as a Linux Jeos virtual appliance -- up its sleeve.
- October 26, 2009
Citrix XenServer and Novell SUSE Xen proponents say these virtualization offerings give them what they need, at lower cost than VMware and with more features than Hyper-V.
- October 12, 2009
Some virtualization pros laud Avaya's embrace of virtualization support in its unified communications server. But skeptics say the Xen-based platform is a nonstarter without VMware support.
- October 08, 2009
The two OS vendors have made good on a promise to provide joint certification and support for their respective OSes and virtualization platforms.
- October 07, 2009
VMware and Citrix have pushed their wares to nascent cloud providers, but hosting provider Parallels wants in on the game.
- September 23, 2009
A recent survey on virtualization purchasing decisions shows that IT shops have coalesced around VMware and Microsoft hypervisors to the exclusion of all others.