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VMware + Ionix Assets – Impact Upon the Configuration Management Ecosystem

March 11, 2010
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VMware + Ionix Assets – Impact Upon the Configuration Management Ecosystem

This obviously brings to mind the impact that these new product assets has upon VMware’s existing ecosystem of virtualization management and performance management vendors. VMware has a very rich set of vendors that produce value added products for the VMware environment and it is a valid question as to how VMware’s forthcoming management stack will…

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Windows MultiPoint Server

March 9, 2010
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Microsoft Windows MultiPoint Server – globally available from March 1, 2010 – is a “shared resource computing solution designed for educational institutions”.  It is a Presentation Virtualization solution based on Windows 2008 server, and sharing codebase with Remote Desktop Server (i.e. the product formerly known as Terminal Services). It is designed to deal with a specific…

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Zenoss

March 5, 2010
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Zenoss

Zenoss Service Dynamics – Unified Service Assurance for the Hybrid IT Datacenter New Challenges Today’s IT environment has created new demands on IT operations. While many of the latest developments – such as virtualization and cloud – create new opportunities, they also make it even more difficult to deliver and assure consistent service levels to…

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VMware Buys Key Assets of RTO Software

February 23, 2010
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VMware has acquired the Virtual Profiles, Pinpoint, and Discover assets of RTO Software. This will raise the bar on the other vendors of desktop virtualization platforms (Microsoft and Citrix), but will also leave room for more granular User Environement Management approaches from vendors like RES Software, LiquidWare Labs, Tricerat, and when they ship - UniDesk.

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The Grid Approach to Desktop Virtualization

February 19, 2010
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The grid approach to desktop virtualization, offered by vendors like Kaviza and Synchron offers several advantages in terms of cost and flexible use of hardware resources. The cost savings come from not requiring a SAN. The implications of no SAN are no VMotion, no HA and no DRS. However Citrix XenApp has proven that user…

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Is Running Terminal Services on a Hypervisor Viable?

February 18, 2010
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Project Virtual Reality Check have released their Phase 2 white paper on Terminal Server/RDS workloads running on the latest generation Intel processor: the Xeon 5500 series (Nehalem). Besides providing some great figures to support the adoption of Intel’s Nehalem to drive high demand virtualized workloads, this is an interesting and important comparison document for those…

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Virsto Promises More than Linked Clones for Hyper-V

February 17, 2010
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Aimed for those who use medium sized storage for virtualization loads, Virsto will add quite a bit of needed functionality to Hyper-V to reduce disk space requirements, improve general disk IO performance, as well as provide faster high availability failover. The disk space saving Linked Clone technology available for VMware ESX and ESXi has been…

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New Desktop Virtualization Resources Available

February 12, 2010
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Read this post for a rich set of Desktop Virtualization White Papers, Desktop Virtualization Webinars, Desktop Virtualization Podcasts, and a complete set of VMware View 4 product brochures.

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Virtualized Desktops and End User Experience Management

February 8, 2010
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Virtualized Desktops and End User Experience Management

Hosted Virtual Desktop (aka VDI) environments are sufficiently complex and different from either physical desktops or virtualized servers to warrant a dedicated approach to planning and assessing the migration from physical desktops to virtual desktops, and a dedicated approach to monitoring the resulting HDV environment in production.

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