Top story: VMware ISVs say the company is cooperating with them less and competing with them more.
Also: Vizioncore jumps on the free virtualization management bandwagon.
Top story: Expert Greg Shields and VMware consultant Lew Smith recap the desktop virtualization and cloud computing news from VMworld 2009.
Also: Find out who took home the Best of VMworld Awards.
Top story: Virtualization expert Eric Siebert talks about the hot topics and must-attend sessions at VMworld 2009.
Also: Microsoft releases System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 to manufacturing.
VMware Director of Product Marketing John Gilmartin talks about VMware’s overall strategy, Hyper-V R2 and more.
Top story: VMware will unveil Project Redwood, its cloud computing initiative for large businesses and hosting providers, at VMworld 2009. VMware consultant Lew Smith talks about VMware’s strategy for winning over these customers, who primarily use open source Xen hypervisors.
Top story: Oracle makes it easier to run its applications virtually, but its licensing and pricing policies still prohibit Oracle VM adoption.
Also: Technology journalist Todd R. Weiss discusses his latest story, “Is the sky falling on VMware?”
Top story: VMware, Citrix Systems and Microsoft release their latest earnings reports. What do they mean for the server virtualization market?
Also: SearchServerVirtualization.com introduces its Server Virtualization Advisory Board.
Top story: VMware says it will virtualize the Google Chrome Operating System upon its release in the second half of 2010.
Also: Virtualization expert Greg Shields calls in to discuss Microsoft’s new Linux drivers for Hyper-V. Hyper-V R2 releases to manufacturing. And there’s cloud computing news from the New England VMware User Group summer meeting.
Top story: With Hyper-V R2, Microsoft is ready to take on VMware in the server virtualization market, according to solutions providers at this week’s Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in New Orleans.
Top story: VMware offers Virtual Iron customers a 40% discount if they switch to vSphere 4 and vCenter Server instead of Oracle VM. But why does VMware care about such a small customer base?