Virtual machine performance management
- July 13, 2009
The VMware vCenter family now includes AppSpeed performance management, Chargeback, and Lab Manager 4.0.
- July 12, 2009
IT departments want to virtualize tier-one applications, but app owners often resist. VMware hopes to provide common ground with vCenter AppSpeed1.0.
- July 08, 2009
In today's news in brief, Vizioncore re-architects vRanger 4.0 to speed backups, and more.
- July 02, 2009
In today's news in brief, F5's BIG-IP appliances add VMware's vSphere 4 and vCenter support, and more.
- May 19, 2009
In an about-face, Microsoft will now support failover clustering for SQL Server instances running in a virtual machine.
- May 06, 2009
The Distributed Power Management feature in VMware vSphere will bring benefits to IT shops that suffer from regular server downtime.
- March 27, 2009
In today's news in brief, Verizon Business launches new virtualization services, VMware released vCenter Mobile Access, and Andrew Kutz unveils new GuessMyOS VI Client plugin.
- March 11, 2009
In today's news in brief, SAP uses Citrix XenServer instead of VMware, ScaleMP's new vSMP Foundation supports Intel Nehalem processors, and EMC Smarts is now VMware-aware.
- March 09, 2009
Server vendors now sell power-efficient and higher-performing solid-state disks to replace hard disk drives. But SSD adoption remains slow.
- March 05, 2009
After failing to make a dent in the virtualization market with its own technology, Oracle looks to pick up Virtual Iron, sources say.
- 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.
- January 26, 2009
Virtualization management provider Reflex Systems now offers performance monitoring of VMware environments.
- January 13, 2009
Egenera Inc.'s PAN Manager virtualization software now includes features that enable it to be added to other management software suites, and OEMs have been courted as resellers.
- January 12, 2009
Microsoft partnered with Marathon Technologies to use everRun fault-tolerance software for Hyper-V and Windows Server. But experts caution that not all applications require fault-tolerance software.
- December 16, 2008
To minimize application downtime with everRun's fault-tolerance software, the Sullivan Group defected from VMware Server to Citrix XenServer.