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September 13, 2007  10:56 AM

Analyst’s top VMworld picks: Cisco, open VM format



Posted by: Ryan Shopp
Uncategorized, Video, VMworld

[kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/m8weq6eNdKE" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] News about Cisco's new architecture and an open virtual machine format are the VMworld news of note for Burton Group senior analyst Chris...

September 12, 2007  7:30 AM

Why it’s best to pre-register for VMworld



Posted by: Ryan Shopp
Uncategorized, Video, VMworld

[kml_flashembed movie="http://youtube.com/v/XCGzsPmAEJc" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] Failing to pre-register for hands-on labs at VMworld can lead you in interesting directions.


September 5, 2007  4:50 AM

InovaWave wants to virtualize I/O intensive apps



Posted by: Alex Barrett
Product announcements, Uncategorized, Virtualization management, VMware, VMworld

Among the more intriguing products that will be demonstrated at VMworld is InovaWave’s VirtualOctane, the new VMware...


August 21, 2007  8:56 AM

Citrix and Xen – the Fruity Flavored Path to Nirvana



Posted by: Joe Foran
Application virtualization, Desktop virtualization, Joseph Foran, Uncategorized, Virtualization platforms, Xen, XenSource

XenSource is now going to be a part of Citrix, an interesting move that answers a question that a lot of Citrix...


August 14, 2007  12:21 PM

VMware is public — now what?



Posted by: Alex Barrett
Uncategorized, Virtualization, VMware

VMware finally staged its initial public offering (IPO) today, with EMC selling 10% of its stake in the company, or 33 million shares, and raising almost a $1 billion in the process. The shares were priced at $29 – higher than expected just last week – but by midday had shot up to over $50 per...


August 9, 2007  9:57 AM

Video: Virtualization management



Posted by: Ryan Shopp
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Bernard Golden discusses some take aways from Tony Iam's session at the Next Generation Data Center conference in San Francisco.

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August 7, 2007  9:59 AM

Confirmed: VMware and NetApp sitting in a tree



Posted by: Alex Barrett
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Not to brag, but my recent story, 'VMware and NetApp in cahoots?' has been corroborated this morning by a

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August 2, 2007  1:22 PM

The case for chargeback and virtual appliances



Posted by: Alex Barrett
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One of the nice things about covering a hot topic like virtualization is that you get to talk to people who are really enthusiastic. Yesterday, Alex Bakman, founder and CEO of a new company called V-Kernel came to my office, and he was as fired up about the virtualization...


August 1, 2007  1:50 PM

Virtualization and the Singularity



Posted by: Joe Foran
Joseph Foran, Uncategorized, Virtualization

I'm waxing philosophical for a bit here... What is the future of virtualization? What role will it play in the unfolding technological evolution of our society? Is the Technological Singularity really coming, and...


July 26, 2007  10:03 AM

Server virtualization pushes storage virtualization



Posted by: Ryan Shopp
Uncategorized

We recently published a story by Alex Barrett about NetApp and VMware working together so that clients can get a consistent copy of a VMware virtual machine using...


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