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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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Performance Assurance for Private Clouds

November 17, 2009
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Performance Assurance for Private Clouds

There are several challenges associated with migrating Tier 1 applications into a VMware private cloud that are not yet fully addressed. Some of those challenges are in the virtualization management and virtualization performance management domains.

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Top 10 Reasons to Consider a Third Party Virtualization Management Tool

August 4, 2009
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VMware, Microsoft and Citrix all include management tools with their offerings. Every enterprise customer of VMware, Microsoft and Citrix virtualization platforms typically uses the default management tools provided by the virtualization platform vendor. However, there are strong reasons to look beyond these tools, and consider offerings from vendors like Dynamic Ops, Embotics, Fastscale, Fortisphere, Hyper9,…

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News: Dynamic Ops Extends Virtualization Management with VRM 3.2

June 25, 2009
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News: Dynamic Ops Extends Virtualization Management with VRM 3.2

Enterprises scaling out virtualization to include Hyper-V, Xen and even Red Hat KVM in addition to VMware, while adding servers, business critical applications, and support various constituents involved in these applications are finding a need to homogenize the complexity with third party virtualization management tools. Dynamic Ops a strong vendor in this space has just…

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Cloud Computing and the End Run around IT – Here We Go Again

June 6, 2009
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Instead of shifting workloads from internal IT clouds to external clouds via "cloud-bursting", the most likely use case for cloud computing this year will be the import of tactical workloads from external clouds to the data center. This will create the next great end-run around IT and IT management processes.

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