Top story: The VMware ESXi hypervisor becomes more popular.
Also: Microsoft will add Remote Desktop Services and VM support to Windows Azure.
Top story: The Oracle-Sun virtualization plan comes into focus.
Also: VMware earnings rise as profits fall, and NetApp, VMware and Cisco Systems form a data center alliance.
Top story: The Zimbra acquisition could help VMware with its cloud computing push.
Also: Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard join forces on virtualization.
Top story: We recap the top virtualization news stories of 2009.
Also: Microsoft’s David Greschler discusses Hyper-V’s success in 2009 and what’s in store for 2010.
Top story: Most VMware shops have considered Hyper-V or XenServer, a new study says.
Also: Virtualization consultant Lew Smith discusses the state of the market.
Top story: Cisco’s Unified Computing System finds unexpected success in the midmarket.
Also: VMware updates vSphere and vCenter Server, IBM gets into VMware security and more.
Join SearchVMware.com editorial staff and Burton Group analyst Chris Wolf as they discuss the virtual desktop marketplace. Topics include PCoIP in VMware View 4, pandemic situations, differences between Citrix XenDesktop 4 and VMware View 4 and more.
Top story: The VMware Ready logo is now available for third-party applications.
Top story: VMware View 4 launches as ESX remains the dominant server virtualization back end for VDI.
Also: Xen gets fault tolerance, and best practices for SAP virtualization.
Top story: Cisco, VMware and EMC form the Virtual Computing Environment coalition to sell prepackaged hardware and software bundles.
Also: Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Servers debuts; Citrix Essentials supports Windows Server 2008 R2; Veeam supports VMware’s vStorage APIs; and virtualization adoption is still strong.