• VMware preps less painful ESX upgrades

    VMware is rumored to be working on a tool that would allow for hot upgrades between ESX 2.x and the latest VMware Infrastructure 3.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • VMware shops weigh ESX vs. ESXi

    Migrating from ESX to ESXi can be a hassle, but forward-looking users say there are clear management benefits from using the slimmed-down hypervisor.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • VMware shops reluctantly plan the move from ESX to ESXi

    Users still on VMware's ESX hypervisor prepare to make the switch to ESXi, but not without trepidation. VSphere 4.1 is the last VMware release to support the ESX Linux-based management console.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • With VMware’s help, BEA ditches the operating system

    Look Ma, no OS! BEA Systems' new Liquid VM technology will run its WebLogic Server directly on the VMware ESX hypervisor.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • VMware tweaks ESX pricing for hosting providers

    The new VMware Service Provider Program (VSSP) is the company's first foray away from perpetual licenses for its ESX virtualization software.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • VMware revs ESX to 3.0.1

    Four months after launching VMware Infrastructure 3 (VI3), the company announced the first major revision to the enterprise virtualization platform.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • Support concerns repel user from free VMware

    At a crossroads between the free VMware Server and ESX, a five-year veteran of server virtualization ponders whether VMware support for the free version will be enough to support his production environment.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • VMware preps less painful VMware ESX to VI3 (VMware Infrustructure 3) upgrades with Dmotion

    VMware is rumored to be working on a tool that would allow for hot upgrades between ESX 2.x and the latest VMware Infrastructure 3.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • VMware savings hindered by backup, ESX license costs

    Virtualization promises big savings, but don't expect any miracles.

    Alex Barrett3,385 pointsBadges:
  • Upgrading hosts from ESX to ESXi in eight steps

    The upgrade from ESX to ESXi hosts can be difficult; no current tools convert hosts for you and you can't preserve manual configurations. But there are ways to ease the process.

    Eric Siebert1,605 pointsBadges:

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