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  • December 02, 2011 02 Dec'11

    VMware vSphere 5 upgrades on hold until next year

    Many users are waiting until the first quarter of 2012 to make the upgrade to vSphere 5, despite the fact that the release has been out since August.

  • December 01, 2011 01 Dec'11

    VMware coaxes vSphere 5 upgrades with new VMFS, SRM

    Updates to the vSphere file system and host-based replication are the unsung heroes of vSphere 5, experts say.

  • November 29, 2011 29 Nov'11

    VMware gets in on Puppet show

    VMware has joined Google and Cisco as a new investor in Puppet Labs, according to a press release issued today. VMware was one of the investors that contributed to an $8.5 million round of funding ...

  • November 28, 2011 28 Nov'11

    VMware vSphere Storage Appliance: Devil's in the details

    SMBs should read the fine print before deploying VMware’s vSphere Storage Appliance, according to some who have kicked the tires on the product.

  • November 28, 2011 28 Nov'11

    VMware patches iSCSI bug in vSphere 5

    The first patch for vSphere 5 has been issued, a fix for a bug that was causing long boot times for virtual machines attached to iSCSI storage systems. The issue affected vSphere 5 virtual machines ...

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  • November 22, 2011 22 Nov'11

    Long-distance live migration moves within reach

    Doing a long-distance live migration these days is a Herculean effort, but F5 Networks says it’s time is coming for mere mortals.

  • November 18, 2011 18 Nov'11

    VMware ships vCloud Connector 1.5: News in brief

    VMware says customers can ease in to a hybrid cloud with vCloud Connector 1.5. Plus: other virtualization news from Neverfail, Reflex and more.

  • November 17, 2011 17 Nov'11

    Quest takes aim at VMware with VKernel acquisition

    VKernel’s prowess in the capacity planning department will help Quest take on VMware’s vCenter Operations in the virtualization management market, experts say.

  • November 08, 2011 08 Nov'11

    VMware vFabric App Performance Manager is GA: News in brief

    VMware’s Java application performance management software is now available for purchase, and other virtualization news in brief.

  • November 03, 2011 03 Nov'11

    Cisco UCS gaining serious steam

    Interest in Cisco UCS is at an all time high among virtualization users.

  • October 27, 2011 27 Oct'11

    Crafting a virtual DR plan that actually works

    Implementing a virtual DR plan is a cost-effective and efficient way to keep business up and running after a disaster.

  • October 24, 2011 24 Oct'11

    The network and x86: Virtualization’s new frontier

    In this Q&A, Vyatta CEO Kelly Herrell predicts that the next use for x86 servers will be running the network as well as compute in virtualized data centers.

  • October 21, 2011 21 Oct'11

    VMware brushes up SMB products: Virtualization news in brief

    Neverfail offers extension to VMware SRM; CA and Trend Micro partner with HyTrust; Quest releases vRanger 5.3; Veeam updates VMware management pack.

  • October 18, 2011 18 Oct'11

    Cisco takes a different tack with VXLAN

    The Nexus 1000V with VXLAN support is now out in beta, but Cisco officials say inter-data center VM mobility is not a day-one use case.

  • October 18, 2011 18 Oct'11

    VMware sees growth in management tools, plans updates

    Site Recovery Manager, vCloud Director and vCenter Operations are seeing strong sales, VMware executives said on the company's earnings call last night. VMware reported total revenue for the third ...

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