Posts Tagged ‘ Red Hat KVM ’

Ravello Revives Binary Translation for Cloud Hypervisor

February 7, 2013
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The team that brought you KVM are back with a new product and new direction. Qumranet founders —Benny Schnaider and Rami Tamir, have lifted the covers off Ravello Systems announcing it nested hypervisor platform HXV and a bold goal to create a cloud spanning hypervisor that will allow workloads to be moved from platform to…

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Hotlink SuperVISOR – vCenter for Hyper-V, KVM, and XenServer

April 10, 2012
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Hotlink SuperVISOR – vCenter for Hyper-V, KVM, and XenServer

If you are going to have more than one virtualization platform, you should not have more than one virtualization management stack. Hotlink SuperVISOR lets you use the market leading virtualization console (vCenter) to manage other virtualization platforms like Hyper-V, KVM, and XenServer. Furthermore it extends the vCenter API data used by third party management vendors…

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Grading VMware’s 2011

December 8, 2011
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VMware has had a great 2011. Product execution was excellent on all fronts except for VMware View where there are also larger strategy issues afoot. VMware is and likely will remain next year not only the most important, but the best system software vendor on the planet. We can only look forward to continued progress…

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Virtualization – A Feature of the OS, or a New Platform?

October 14, 2009
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Virtualization – A Feature of the OS, or a New Platform?

Microsoft and Red Hat has just announced that they have completed the certifications of the cross OS hypervisor agreements that the companies originally announced back in February of 2009. This means that Microsoft now certifies Red Hat Linux guests on Hyper-V and Red Hat certifies certain Windows guests on KVM. Red Hat has an excellent…

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