Posts Tagged ‘ IBM ’

KVM in SUSE, what is going on at Novell?

June 8, 2010
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As of Service Pack 1, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (SLES) supports KVM for SUSE guests. This post follows on from our previous post regarding the demise of Xen in Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and perhaps suggests the beginning of the end for Xen-based virtualization in Linux, but the story is far from clear. A…

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Virtualization Security Technologies… Pushing the Envelope

June 4, 2010
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During the Virtualization Security Podcast on 5/13, IBM's David Abercrombie joined us to discuss IBM's Virtualization Security Protection for VMware (VSP) which contains several exciting uses of the VMsafe API for VMware vSphere. These being: * Network: Network Monitoring, Firewall, Access Control, and a Protocol Analysis Module * Memory: Rootkit Detection

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Anti-This, Anti-That, getting into the Virtualization Security Game with Introspection

April 1, 2010
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Virtualization Security vendors are starting to seriously investigate the possibilities of the various introspection APIs available to the hypervisors. Introspection APIs allow security groups to now investigate the security of a virtual network, virtual machine, and other components from without. In other words, why rely on an agent within the VM to protect your network,…

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Virtualization Security Product Space Heating Up!

March 12, 2010
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There are now more players in the virtualization security product space. While at RSA Conference 2010 I walked the show floor in search of these vendors to discover what they were doing. While some vendors do not address virtualization security, the vast majority are either looking to do so or actually have a virtualization security…

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Virtualizing Linux on IBM Mainframe – Now more affordable than ever!

January 19, 2010
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IBM has reduced the price of its Mainframe/Linux platform, providing an IBM price point and feature benchmark against which to compare the consolidated offerings which are starting to emerge from competing vendors, such as the Acadia group (Cisco, EMC, or VMware) and HP/Microsoft.

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The Hypervisor Wars, a 2000-year old story

September 23, 2009
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In the fog of the datacenter virtualization war, it is difficult to see clearly who will end up on top, and yet the outcome is almost certainly determined, and the victorious generals are even now moving on to fight new battles. Here at the Virtualization Practice we too would like to think we can see…

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