Is Desktop Virtualization the Key to an Effective Windows 7 Migration?

September 8, 2009
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Layered operating system, application, personalization, and user data management approaches will be key to the migration to Windows 7 in the enterprise. Vendors like RingCube, MokaFive, Tranxition, Wanova and Unidesk should be investigated along with desktop virtualization initiatives as enterprises migrate to Windows 7.

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Disaster Recovery Maturity shown at VMworld 2009

September 7, 2009
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Veeam, Vizioncore, and PhD Virtual all showed there latest released products as well as the future products that integrate with VMware vSphere at much deeper levels that previously available, ala the VMware vStorage API. Talk was also about expanding their products into Microsoft Hyper-V as well as Citrix XenServer. This space has become so important…

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VMworld 2009 San Francisco

August 29, 2009
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TVP was at VMworld 2009 in San Francisco. While there we we published a running dialog on a forum that has since disappeared. Look for our twitter streams at a future VMworld!

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Is Presentation Virtualization Yesterday’s Technology?

August 28, 2009
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How does Terminal Services compare to Hosted Desktops, when you compare TS vs VDI is there a winner? While some may say Presentation Virtualization is yesterday's technology, Presentation Virtualization is undoubtedly for today and indeed, many tomorrows.

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Is the Third Party Market for Virtualization Performance Management Alive or Dead?

August 27, 2009
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Now the VMware is shipping AppSpeed and owns Hyperic, the question has to be asked? Should companies looking for performance and capacity management tools for their VMware environments look just to VMware to meet these needs, or should they also continue to look at third party solutions?

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SpringSource – VMWare gets an OSGi Runtime

August 27, 2009
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When VMware acquired SpringSource it also gained an OSGi runtime known as SpringSource dm Server, to which developers can directly build applications using the Spring and other development toolsets without the use of a J2EE application Server such as WebSphere or Tomcat (which is integrated into SpringSource dm Server for backwards compatibility. It is not…

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