1020 search results for "vmware"

Intigua

October 2, 2012
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Intigua

Intigua virtualizes the management layer, bringing cloud-grade scalability and agility to infrastructure monitoring and management for the first time. Winner of the “Best of VMworld 2012 Gold Award” for New Technology, Intigua enables enterprises to ensure the performance, availability and security of critical applications running on physical, virtual and hybrid cloud infrastructures. Intigua Overview How…

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The Software Defined Data Center and VDI

October 2, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

The software defined data center promised to run all current and future workloads on commodity hardware. However, VDI currently requires unique hardware to perform at scale—a need met by a set of vendors like Astute Networks, Tintri, Nutanix, Pivot3, and V3. VMware is also addressing the unique requirements of VDI adoption in the VMware View…

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The Consolidation Continues: VMworld 2010

October 1, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Continuing the trip down memory lane with the Class of VMworld 2010

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New Breed of Replication Receiver Clouds

September 28, 2012
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VirtualizationBackup

There is an ever increasing number of data protection providers creating replication receiver clouds as they team up with cloud service providers. This could herald the end of on premise tape use for some enterprises, leaving tape to be used primarily by cloud providers. There are major benefits for Quantum, Zerto, Veeam, and others to…

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Does the Cloud Need a New Programming Language?

September 27, 2012
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Agile Cloud Development

The question of whether there is a specific cloud programming language has emerged in our internal discussions at TVP. We've noticed a tendency amongst "born in the cloud" companies like Cloud Physics to follow the example of Twitter and develop server-side components in the Scala programming language. Scala runs on the JVM and is supported…

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News: Stratus Technologies Acquires Marathon Technologies

September 27, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Stratus Technologies, one of the leaders in hardware fault tolerant platforms, has acquired its main competitor, Marathon Technologies in a move that consolidates the best of hardware and software fault tolerant computing systems into a single entity. Stratus’s claim to fame came from its hardware fault tolerant servers that were built in pairs, with duplicate…

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The Consolidation Continues: VMworld 2009

September 26, 2012
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Continuing the journey down memory lane with the Class of VMworld 2009.

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Public Cloud Computing – Economics and Throats to Choke

September 25, 2012
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CloudComputing

When it comes to public cloud computing services that old adage of "fast, cheap, or good - pick any two" certainly hold true. Amazon can offer you cheap, and since they own their stack, a rapid cycle time DevOps approach to support. But you are not going to get enterprise grade service level guarantees for…

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Astute Networks

September 24, 2012
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Astute Networks

ViSX VM Storage Appliances  • Accelerate cloud computing, server and desktop virtualization • Increase database, application, and desktop performance by up to 10X • Reap the performance benefits of Networked Flash technology       IT Challenges IT Managers are under constant pressure to ensure that end-users are satisfied with the performance of their applications and the virtual…

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