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Citrix XenClient Enters the Ring

May 26, 2010
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Citrix Xenclient enters the bare metal hypervisor for desktops devices market and challenges the incumbents - Neocleus and VirtualComputer. As a solution to reducing management costs and improving the user experience such a funtion is undoubtedly a contender to change the way you think about your PC lifecycle management.

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Reinventing Infrastructure Performance Monitoring for the Cloud

May 25, 2010
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Cloud Performance Management needs to evolve and allow cloud vendors to provide their customers a customer specific Infrastructure Response Time metric. This in conjunction with cloud aware Applications Performance Management solutions is needed in order for customers to feel comfortable putting business critical applications in the cloud.

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Virtualize Java without an Operating System

May 20, 2010
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Virtualize Java without an Operating System

When we put a .NET application on Windows on Hyper-V (or a Java application on Linux on ESXi) we are actually virtualizing twice. Can we virtualize only once, by putting the CLR or the JVM directly on the VM Host? In this action of course we remove the operating system. Oracle is taking the lead…

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Secure Multi-Tenant Virtualization – How to get there?

May 19, 2010
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Due to what I stated during GestaltIT’s TechFieldDay, I was invited with Bas Raayman and others to discuss Secure Multi-Tenancy (SMT) in more detail with Chuck Hollis at EMC World. In addition, during one of the Keynotes SMT was renamed from Secure Multi-Tenancy to Simple Multi-Tenancy. The current Cisco VMware Netapp solution is plainly not…

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CA Gets Serious about Virtualization Management and Performance

May 18, 2010
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CA Technologies (CAT) has announced three new virtualization management and performance offerings. This is the first example of a "big 4" enterprise systems management vendor getting serious about providing virtualization and cloud focused solutions. This will be very reasuring for CAT customers and may will accelerate stalled virtualization projects.

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Red Hat 6 Beta – Look No XEN

May 17, 2010
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The Red Hat 6 Beta is out, and there is no Xen in it, only KVM. It can operate as a guest in an existing Xen environment, but it cannot act as a Xen host. A few minority interests still cling to Xen, but ultimately it makes no sense for most Linux distributions to ship…

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VPLEX – The buzz from EMC World

May 13, 2010
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EMC announced VPLEX at EMC world however, it was hinted at during Getstalt IT's Tech Field Day at least in its asynchronous mode. What does VPLEX do? What does it mean to the virtualization and cloud industries? These were the discussion within the Blogger's lounge at EMC World.

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Service Assurance – The Key to Virtualizing Tier 1 Applications

May 12, 2010
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Virtualizing Tier 1 business critical applications is a challenge for many enterprises due to the resistance to the concept on the part of applications owners and their constituents. Service Assurance for these applications is required in order for their owners and their users to go along with virtualization. Service Assurance requires the integration of Applications…

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Will Your VDI Solution Support your Remote Users?

May 11, 2010
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If your organisation has remote users - consider that the impact of centralisation on their desktop experience can be very different: and not always in a happy way. Citrix's ICA protocol has been joined by the likes of Quest's vWorkspace with EOP Xtream, or Ericom Blaze. There are a number of hardware solutions for WAN…

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