The Virtualization Room:

May, 2007


May 29, 2007  6:02 AM

ClearCube is VMware’s latest OEM

Alex Barrett Alex Barrett Profile: Alex Barrett

PC blade manufacturer ClearCube has become the first non-server vendor to OEM VMware's ESX hypervisor, which it will sell to customers implementing virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). As indicated in an article this April,

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May 27, 2007  9:43 PM

Who’s using Microsoft Virtual Server and not VMware?

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford

"Who's using Microsoft Virtual Server or any Microsoft platform for virtualization?" That question has been asked in at least one session of the many conferences I've covered this year, and every time one lone user has raised his hand. I've talked to those users, and every one only uses Microsoft...


May 21, 2007  11:27 AM

I’m Your Turbo-Memory, Tell Me There’s No Other…

Jan Stafford Joseph Foran Profile: Joe Foran

Ok, if you got that joke, you either are or were a long-haired hessian from the 80's, just like I was. First off - I'm sorry I've been silent for so long. I'm buying a house, my wife and I are expecting again, and I'm hiring staff as well as kicking off LOTS of real projects at work. Anyway, with...


May 17, 2007  1:29 PM

Microsoft’s Neil talks virtualization futures at WinHEC

Alex Barrett Alex Barrett Profile: Alex Barrett

I just returned from Microsoft's WinHEC conference in Los Angeles, where I traveled in hopes of getting some juicy virtualization news. Alas, Microsoft dropped its virtualization bombshell...

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May 17, 2007  12:16 PM

Big virtualization win for Mac OS X: Kutz’s prediction comes true

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford

On May 31, 2006, University of Texas-Austin IT systems analyst Andrew Kutz made a prediction: People will soon be running Windows side-by-side with Mac OS X with no difference in the application space.

"It came true this year with Parallels," said Kutz (who just joined Burton Group as...


May 15, 2007  2:57 PM

A bunch of useful VMware how-to guides

Ryan Shopp Ryan Shopp Profile: Ryan Shopp

Hey all,

Since people are loving the useful links page Andrew Kutz pointed out in his last blog post, I thought I'd also toss in our own. This page, Fast guide: VMware...

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May 10, 2007  11:53 AM

Expert opinion: Virtualization server hardware uses, pros and cons

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford

Most companies will run virtual machines on a mixture of server hardware types, but figuring out what app to run on each platform can be challenging, according to open source consultant and author Bernard Golden, a presenter at the Red Hat Summit, happening right now in San Diego. After sharing...


May 10, 2007  11:32 AM

Server virtualization: Three top methods, plus pros and cons

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford

Currently, there are three main styles of server virtualization, and each has its benefits and drawbacks, according to open source consultant and author Bernard Golden, a presenter at the Red Hat Summit, happening right now in San Diego. His lowdown on the three ways to virtualize provides a handy...


May 8, 2007  11:41 PM

Blade Summit update: Power, cooling hot issues; virtual desktops hot topic

Jan Stafford Jan Stafford Profile: Jan Stafford

In this quick Q&A, analyst and SearchServerVirtualization.com blade server columnist Barb Goldworm offers her views on the news from vendors and users at last week's Server Blade Summit, which she chaired.  SSV: How big a deterrent to buying blade servers is power and cooling, based on your...


May 8, 2007  1:46 PM

Helpful VMTN forums post

Jan Stafford Kutz Profile: Akutz

A nice forums fellow felt like posting a whole bunch o'links to the VMware forums.  Very nice.  Go check it out and clicky.   http://www.vmware.com/community/thread.jspa?threadID=81191


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