Will access to VMware’s source code change the hypervisor threat landscape?

May 1, 2012
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VMware100x30

Many of the virtualization security people I have talked to are waiting patiently for the next drop of leaked VMware hypervisor code. But the real question in many a mind is whether or not this changes the the threat landscape and raises the risk unacceptably. So let's look at the current hypervisor threat landscape within…

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News: Piston Cloud does CloudFoundry on OpenStack

May 1, 2012
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CloudComputing

We asked OpenStack recently whether they were going to do PaaS, they said that this was happening in the community around them, and today we have an announcement of one way of doing it: with VMware's Open Source CloudFoundry.

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OpenStack – Is it now Safe to Get Involved?

April 30, 2012
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OpenStack Logo

The OpenStack Governance Model is changing to remove the dominance of Rackspace by establishing an independent foundation. We were very critical of the old model, so we spoke to Rackspace to understand what was happening.

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On Premise vs. Monitoring as a Service – Considerations and Tradeoffs

April 27, 2012
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PerformanceManagement

Monitoring as a Service is an attractive option for rapidly bringing up infrastructure and application monitoring and not having to manage the back end of the monitoring system.

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News: VMware Acquires Cetas for Big Data Analytics

April 27, 2012
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News: VMware Acquires Cetas for Big Data Analytics

By making access to big data analytics easier and cheaper, VMware is in a position to transform its approach to producing and analyzing management data.

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Ecosystems for Both VMware and Microsoft Hypervisors

April 26, 2012
By
DataCenterVirtualization

Since the start of the Windows 8 Public Beta, there has been a great deal of discussions and comparisons galore. There have been points made that Microsoft Hyper-V will be good enough to draw good consideration in companies looking to the future. For me personally, feature comparison was not my first consideration. One measurement that…

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