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  • September 23, 2011 23 Sep'11

    Open Virtualization Alliance adds members: News in brief

    The OVA has grown to more than 200 members, NASA adopts Vblock, VMware Labs presents a new fling called VPT, and more news in brief.

  • September 22, 2011 22 Sep'11

    Hyper-V 3.0 shared-nothing live migration a boon for small shops

    Shared-nothing live migration in Hyper-V 3.0 will improve small IT shops’ planned maintenance prospects, but the technology comes with some limits.

  • September 22, 2011 22 Sep'11

    VMware networking R&D head jumps ship

    VMware’s director of networking research and development is now with a new company, Big Switch Networks. Howie Xu was with VMware for nine years before making the move. He will lead the R&D ...

  • September 22, 2011 22 Sep'11

    Virtualization management tools: The compact cars of IT

    Most virtualization management tools look and feel the same these days, and IT pros are waiting to be wowed.

  • September 21, 2011 21 Sep'11

    Dueling IETF specs look to address VLAN scalability

    Does IT really need two new network virtualization standards? Experts see a land-grab attempt by virtualization vendors looking to control the next wave of infrastructure abstraction.

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  • September 15, 2011 15 Sep'11

    Cisco Nexus 1000V to support Hyper-V 3.0

    Cisco Systems Inc. is preparing to support Windows Server 8 Hyper-V with its Nexus 1000V virtual switch, which previously only supported VMware. A newly extensible virtual switch was among the ...

  • September 14, 2011 14 Sep'11

    Hyper-V 3.0 sneak peek intrigues users

    A new extensible virtual switch and advanced live migration features have virtualization pros eyeing Hyper-V 3.0.

  • September 13, 2011 13 Sep'11

    Users to VMware: Stick to your knitting

    VMware keeps making acquisitions, but some users wish the company would get back to developing the hypervisor and virtualization management tools.

  • September 12, 2011 12 Sep'11

    PacketMotion purchase no slam dunk for VMware

    VMware has its work cut out for it integrating PacketMotion's hardware-based security appliances. Some virtualization pros say user access management isn’t on their radar yet.

  • September 08, 2011 08 Sep'11

    VMware teases vSphere roadmap at VMworld

    In future vSphere releases, VMware will focus on optimizing for the cloud and improving how clusters work. These changes will further blur the line between a virtual data center and a cloud ...

  • September 07, 2011 07 Sep'11

    VMware MVP: A good idea, but…

    VMware highlighted its Mobile Virtualization Platform at VMworld 2011, but I left the show feeling like the technology is little more than a novelty. The concept itself is a good one, but the lack ...

  • September 06, 2011 06 Sep'11

    VMware previews future SRM features

    In the future, VMware Site Recovery Manager will offer policy-based, multi-tenant disaster recovery for vCloud Director. That’s according to VMware officials who previewed the Site Recovery Manager ...

  • September 06, 2011 06 Sep'11

    Wanted: Server Virtualization Advisory Board member

    We have an open spot on our Server Virtualization Advisory Board. Would you like to fill the void? Our advisory board members are our go-to experts who keep us up to date on the latest news and ...

  • September 06, 2011 06 Sep'11

    Red Hat has it both ways with Hybrid Mode

    Red Hat revealed a future feature of KVM and Red Hat Enterprise Linux at VMworld 2011 that will allow native non-virtualized applications to run alongside virtual machines and virtual desktops on a ...

  • September 01, 2011 01 Sep'11

    VSphere stretched clusters bring DR debate at VMworld 2011

    When it comes to HA between sites, IT pros often think of disaster recovery, but building stretched clusters for DR today brings numerous challenges.

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