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.
ClearCube’s Rick Hoffman desribes how ClearCube moved from blade servers to virtual desktops to winning a top VMworld Award.
TechTarget’s Mark Schlack surveys the VMware-friendly storage products scene at VMworld and says it’s a good thing.
Vendors are showing more advanced products for VMware environments at VMworld this year. That’s a sure sign that the technology is maturing, says TechTarget’s Mark Schlack.
Failing to pre-register for hands-on labs at VMworld can lead you in interesting directions.
Before 2007, VMworld’s booth held simple one-note products, but this year products has orchestral reach, says virtualization expert Scott Lowe.
Steve Norall and Alex Barrett talk about backup and storage trends they spotted at VMworld today. Both covered the show today for SearchServerVirtualization.com.
Tom Dugan explains why this VMworld is rich in automation tools for managing virtual environments.