Developments at VMworld 2007 show that virtualization 2.0 has arrived, says Burton Group analyst Andrew Kutz. But can virtualization stay sexy when it is mainstream?
VMware CEO Diane Greene says VMworld 2007 wowed her with innovation and enormous vendor and user participation.
Analyst Barb Goldworm explains why VMworld 2007 ushered in a new era in virtualization.
Good-bye to pesky print drivers, hello to virtual printing. ThinPrint’s VDI-focused printing approach won recognition in the SearchServerVirtualization.com VMworld Awards’ Utilities category.
InovaWave CEO Chris Ostertag describes virtualization’s I/O problems and how InovaWave VirtualOctane for ESX Server could solve them. The soon-to-be release product won a SearchServerVirtualization.com VMworld Award for Best New Technology.
Akorri founder and CTO Richard Corley describes the virtualization management problems solved by Akorri BalancePoint 1.7, which won SearchServerVirtualization.com’s VMworld Award in the performance monitoring and optimization category.
Onaro’s Bryan Semple describes a new product that brings storage and server teams together to deploy ESX.
The sheer bulk of giveaways at VMworld 2007 overwhelm SearchServerVirtualization.com’s intrepid and swag-seeking editors, Bridget Botelho and Jan Stafford.
News about Cisco’s new architecture and an open virtual machine format are the VMworld news of note for Burton Group senior analyst Chris Wolf.
Veeam CEO Ratmir Timashev talks about virtualization problems that spurred the creation of Veeam Reporter, which won gold in the SearchServerVirtualization.com VMworld Awards utility category.