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Veeam SureBackup

March 23, 2010
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Veeam has introduced a new product named SureBackup. SureBackup is designed to not only use Veeam's Backup technology to backup your virtual machines (VMs) but will also test the restoration of each of these VMs to ensure that they at least boot and at most the applications involved are actually running within the VM.

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What User Virtualization Certifications are Necessary?

March 22, 2010
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In many ways, the IT world has gone certification happy. Nearly every job requirement lists certifications as well as length of service, however, in the realm of cloud computing and virtualization what do these certifications mean? Are they even valuable? Is there a general enough certification that covers all the hypervisors, is there a third…

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Eucalyptus/Terracotta a scalable Java Cloud Platform?

March 18, 2010
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We recently received a presentation on a combined solution from Eucalyptus and Terracotta. Initially we were suspicious because they clearly share an investor – Benchmark Capital. Was this a PowerPoint integration dreamt up by two Venture Capitalists over a power breakfast? However, the combined solution was presented by some very plausible techies with a real-live…

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Virtualization Security for the SMB, Starting Point for All

March 16, 2010
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The most recent Virtualization Security Podcast was on the subject of virtualization security for the SMB. Specifically cover the case where the customer wanting virtualization security could afford to purchase a hypervisor and perhaps one other security product. In the end the panelists came up with a list of suggestions for virtualization security for the…

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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 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 and the Ionix Assets – A Deeper Look

March 4, 2010
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VMware and the Ionix Assets – A Deeper Look

For at least the last year, VMware has made it very clear that it views virtualization as a catalyst that will enable the delivery of a new management stack into the enterprise, and that VMware intends to be the vendor of that management stack. This is obviously in competition with the vast majority of the…

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News: VMware to Acquire IT Management Products From EMC

February 26, 2010
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VMware and EMC today announced that the two companies have entered into a definitive agreement for VMware to acquire certain software products and expertise from EMC's Ionix IT management business, including solutions aimed at delivering improved management and deployment of servers and applications in a virtualized data center.

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