• Citrix simplifies XenServer pricing model; VMware to follow?

    Citrix has simplified its XenServer pricing model so that users can deploy an unlimited number of virtual machines per server at a single price. Will the move place pressure on VMware to lower its pricing?

    Bridget Botelho2,625 pointsBadges:
  • Exploring advanced scripts with XenServer PowerShell cmdlets

    With XenServer PowerShell cmdlets, sometimes basic commands aren’t enough. Keep these advanced scripts in your arsenal for slicker management.

    Nelmedia220 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix partners drive growth in desktop, server virtualization markets

    Citrix credits its growing partner base for a $7 million increase in XenServer and XenDesktop revenue last quarter.

    Colin Steele1,705 pointsBadges:
  • VMware shops consider Hyper-V, XenServer migrations

    Almost half of existing VMware customers have at least considered a server virtualization alternative this year.

    Alex Barrett2,790 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix Systems closes in on VMware with XenServer 5 release

    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.

    Bridget Botelho2,625 pointsBadges:
  • XenSource’s XenServer 3.1.0: A tour with ups and downs

    Andrew Kutz walks you through the XenServer product, explaining everything in depth. In the first segment of this series, learn about Xen requirements and interface.

    Akutz275 pointsBadges:
  • InMage expands support for XenServer, Hyper-V in DR-Scout

    InMage adds support for Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Hyper-V in the new version of its DR-Scout disaster recovery software, which already supports VMware.

    Todderickson585 pointsBadges:
  • Free XenServer virtualization hypervisor helps Citrix, partners say

    By giving away XenServer and several advanced features, Citrix is putting the pressure on VMware in the virtualization hypervisor market, Citrix partners say.

    Colin Steele1,705 pointsBadges:
  • XenServer gains fault tolerance with Marathon Technologies

    Marathon Technologies' fault-tolerant software for physical servers now keeps Citrix XenServer virtual machines up and running during hardware failures.

    Bridget Botelho2,625 pointsBadges:
  • SUSE Linux certified for XenServer: News in brief

    Citrix and Novell scratch each other's backs on XenServer, SUSE Linux certification, and other news.

    Alex Barrett2,790 pointsBadges:

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