September 10, 2008  7:47 AM

CiRBA analysis tool compares Hyper-V and VMware



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
CiRBA, Microsoft, Microsoft Hyper-V, Virtualization, VMware, Why choose server virtualization?

If you are thinking about Microsoft Hyper-V virtualization but aren't sure how it will fare against VMware in your data center, a new tool from Toronto, Ontario-based CiRBA Inc. might help. This week, CiRBA announced the availability of packaged analysis...


September 3, 2008  8:17 AM

BMC intros slew of virtualization management products



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
BMC, Citrix XenServer, Hyperic, Inc, Microsoft, Microsoft Hyper-V, Product announcements, Servers, Virtual machine, Virtualization, Virtualization management, Virtualization security, vKernel, VMware

Houston-based BMC Software introduced several new virtualization management products today, including nine new integrated offerings designed to eliminate the risk and operational expenses associated with management of virtualized data centers. BMC's...


August 15, 2008  8:19 AM

News of the week: VMware’s ESX 3.5 bug causes VM failure



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
Microsoft, Microsoft Hyper-V, Virtual machine, Virtualization, VMware

This week, the biggest news item on SearchServerVirtualization.comVMware

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July 10, 2008  8:12 AM

Where are the Microsoft Hyper-V users?



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
Microsoft, Microsoft Hyper-V, Microsoft Virtual Server, Virtual Iron, Virtualization, virtualization costs, Virtualization management, Virtualization platforms, VMware

So, earlier this week I wrote a blog about Clabby Analytics Analyst Joe Clabby's report spelling out a handful of


July 8, 2008  2:14 PM

Six reasons Hyper-V will surpass VMware within five years



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
High availability and virtualization, Microsoft, Microsoft Hyper-V, Virtual machine, Virtualization, virtualization costs, Virtualization management, Virtualization platforms, Virtualization strategies, VMware

Clabby Analytics analyst Joe Clabby is 100% convinced that Microsoft's Hyper-V will take over VMware in market share over the next three to five years, and makes some strong points for this in his recent report,


June 25, 2008  4:19 PM

Microsoft to ship Hyper-V … finally



Posted by: Alex Barrett
Microsoft, Microsoft Hyper-V, Microsoft Virtual Server, Uncategorized, Virtual machine, Virtualization, virtualization humor, VMware

Word has it that Microsoft is finally getting it together and releasing Hyper-V, putting the tech world on notice that it is now safe to exhale. Phew, we were all about to turn...


June 5, 2008  8:21 AM

Tripwire offers free security utility for VMware ESX 3.5 hypervisor



Posted by: Bridget Botelho
Linux and virtualization, Microsoft, Virtual machine, Virtualization, Virtualization management, Virtualization security, VMware

VMware Inc. and Tripwire Inc. have co-developed a free, downloadable utility to address the leading security concern in virtual environments today: misconfiguration of the hypervisor. Portland, Ore.-based...


May 16, 2008  9:45 AM

Still no Linux VMware VI client



Posted by: Eric Siebert
Eric Siebert, Linux and virtualization, Microsoft, VMware

As this long running thread in the VMware forums indicates, many users are frustrated with VMware’s lack of support for a Linux-based Virtual Infrastructure client to manage VI3 environments. Currently,...


May 5, 2008  7:54 AM

Microsoft extends virtualization management footprint with enhancements



Posted by: Rick Vanover
Microsoft, Microsoft Hyper-V, Microsoft Virtual Server, Rick Vanover, Virtualization

Microsoft announced that the beta release of Virtual Machine Manager 2008 (VMM 2008 ) will now provide the ability to manage Microsoft Virtual Server, Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V and VMware ESX platforms as part of the expanding

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