VMware conference coverage
- September 15, 2008
Citrix Systems' new version of XenServer now offers high availability, fault tolerance, virtual machine tagging and enhanced management features. One analyst deems it a significant improvement over past versions.
- September 14, 2008
On day one of VMworld, VMware announced Virtual Datacenter Operating System and vCloud, initiatives designed to enable data centers and managed service providers to exploit cloud computing.
- September 13, 2008
With data centers adding more virtual machines per host, VMware and Citrix have promised to protect against hardware failures.
- September 11, 2008
Sun Microsystems announced commercial availability of its Xen-based hypervisor, xVM Server, and an updated version of its virtualization management software, Sun xVM Ops Center.
- September 11, 2008
Whether they feature new products or not, Red Hat, Novell and Canonical will descend on VMworld to promote their virtualization strategies.
- September 09, 2008
Microsoft Hyper-V's equivalent to VMware VMotion will be available in the next version of Windows Server 2008 and Hyper-V R2, due out in 2010.
- July 21, 2008
Designed for Citrix XensServer, SteelEye offers real-time replication software to make a Xen environment highly available and to enable virtual machine migration.
- March 25, 2008
Dell will offer Egenera PAN Manager software on its PowerEdge servers to enrich management offerings and compete with vendors like HP.
- March 18, 2008
HP's new eight-way ProLiant is a behemoth packed with quad-core Opteron processors and up to 512 GB of memory, while its Insight Manager software improves virtual machine support.
- September 12, 2007
Some 120 products from VMworld 2007 exhibitors were submitted for judging in nine categories. Among the notables were IBM and VMware, winners in the Best of Show category..
- November 06, 2006
More than 80 vendors gathered in Los Angeles this week to sponsor VMworld 2006, VMware's annual user conference, and made a spate of virtualization announcements in the process.