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Catbird

October 1, 2009
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Catbird

Catbird pioneered virtualization security. Its flagship product, vSecurity® is the  only solution purpose-built for virtualized infrastructure that integrates a broad range of network security controls into a single virtual machine appliance and dashboard.  A long-time VMware partner, Catbird’s award winning software-defined security has been widely lauded by analysts and press, including garnering 4 Best of…

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News: Cisco to introduce a Chassis Nexus

September 30, 2009
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Things have been very busy at Cisco today in addition to the new that they are to release a Rack mounted version of there UCS servere. the Networking giant and server newboy on the block Cisco Systems announced that will be working with third-party blade server makers to create a version of its Nexus family…

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Liquidware Labs Creates a new ROI Path for VDI

September 29, 2009
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LiquidWare Labs has announced a new pricing and packaging option for its StratusSphere platform that was specifically designed for Managed Services Providers (MSP’s) who have an existing business managing fat client desktops for large enterprises, and who wish to virtualize all or a part of these desktops. This new offering is called the Managed Virtual…

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Are Hypervisor Vendors welcoming ISVs?

September 28, 2009
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There is a great debate on which hypervisor vendor works with ISVs and which do not. You have a number of ISVs working with VMware that are just now starting to work with Hyper-V. A number of ISVs that are struggling to catch up in the virtualization space. Hypervisor Vendors that are directly competing with…

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The Hypervisor Wars, a 2000-year old story

September 23, 2009
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In the fog of the datacenter virtualization war, it is difficult to see clearly who will end up on top, and yet the outcome is almost certainly determined, and the victorious generals are even now moving on to fight new battles. Here at the Virtualization Practice we too would like to think we can see…

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I/O Virtualization Shines at VMworld 2009

September 22, 2009
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I/O virtualization prominent at VMworld 2009. Whether it can displace Cisco at the top of the rack remains to be seen.

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40,000 Firewalls! Help Please!?

September 21, 2009
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While at VMworld I was suddenly hit with a blast of heat generated by the 40,000 VMs running within the VMworld Datacenter of 150 Cisco UCS blades or so. This got me thinking about how would VMsafe fit into this environment and therefore about real virtualization security within the massive virtual machine possible within a…

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VirtualBox OSE 3.0 – Still a viable Open Source option?

September 20, 2009
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In trying to re-use some old server hardware I re-vsisted VirtualBox/Ubuntu, a viable and completely free Open Source option for non-virtualization-enabled hardware. It is a neat solution, simple and well-supported, but the open source version of VirtualBox is nobbled to make it extremely awkward to use, in a different way to VMware's nobbling of the…

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VMsafe – Vendor Implementations at VMworld

September 18, 2009
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VMsafe – Vendor Implementations at VMworld

With the advent of existing VMsafe products from Altor Networks, Reflex Systems, and ones on the horizon from Trend Micro and others in the security space, all administrators should have a clear understanding of how they work under the covers. Where does VMsafe appear within the stack? Is VMsafe on the incoming physical NICs, within…

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