Posts Tagged ‘ IBM ’

Public Cloud Use Cases

June 4, 2013
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CloudComputing

There are different public cloud use cases. Here at The Virtualization Practice we moved our datacenter from the north to the south part of the country and utilized the cloud to host the workloads during the transition. Edward Haletky, yesterday posted about Evaluating the Cloud: Keeping your Cloud Presence and presented the question and his…

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Virtualization Management – VMware and Dell, Big 2 or Big 6?

July 10, 2012
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Virtualization Management

Virtualization Management is sufficiently different from systems management so that it is likely that VMware and Dell will disrupt the traditional systems management business instead of simply participating in it. This will hasten the demise of the legacy systems management vendors like IBM, CA, HP, and BMC.

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End User Computing: Protecting Data From the Device

May 25, 2012
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siri

Some of us have multiple cloud endpoints in the form of mobile devices all trying to access our personal and corporate data to do our daily jobs. These incredibly useful devices (smartphones, tablets, etc.) are now a part of our organizations life. So how do we protect our data from them. IBM recently took a…

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Get ready for the Windows Mainframe

November 18, 2011
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In today's cloud-centric, virtual everything world it's easy to forget that the mainframe still dominates enterprise IT. So when IBM announced zEnterprise in July 2010 its potential as a virtualization platform may have been overlooked. Now however it may be time to look again.

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CA Starts the Race To Self-Destruction Among the “Big Four” in Virtualization Management

November 15, 2011
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Virtualization and cloud computing have changed the requirements for management solutions in a way that no innovation in the history of our industry ever have. Previous innovations created new requirements, but did not break existing management approaches or business models. Virtualization breaks both the existing legacy approaches to managing applications and systems, and breaks how…

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HP embraces AppSense for Reference Architecture

July 1, 2011
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In a press release on June 29, 2011 AppSense announced that its User Virtualization Platform is now a core building block of HP's new Client Virtualization Reference Architecture. Along with Microsoft, VMware and Citrix, AppSense User Virtualization has been recognized by HP as a crucial technology for a successful architecture that meets the goals for…

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Can the Vendors Eat Their Own Dog Food on Cloud Billing?

May 17, 2011
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I keep hearing we are now in a Cloud based world, I keep hearing that to “Do Cloud” properly you need to bill like a utility company, small standing charge and then a price per unit used cost.

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Desktop Lifecycle Managment and what Novell has to offer

January 14, 2011
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Mainstream virtual desktop solutions have focused their efforts on providing the best platform for hosting virtual desktop environments. Hypervisors, image management, and connection brokers are the top feature sets that companies have looked at during their comparisons. Moving up the stack, these vendors are now focusing on user personalization management, but do not have what…

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Virtualization Security Round-up (Updated)

August 4, 2010
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Virtualization Security Round-up (Updated)

In the End-to-End Virtualization Security Whitepaper we review various aspects of server security with an eye to determining how the products would work together to create a secure virtual environment. While some of these tools are cross-platform, the vast majority of them are geared specifically to VMware vSphere. In this post we will look at…

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