Posts Tagged ‘ vBlock ’

The Security of Converged Infrastructures

January 7, 2014
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VirtualizationSecurity

On the January 2, 2014, the Virtualization Security Podcast was joined on the spur of the moment by @Josh_Atwell, who works for VCE, to discuss the security of converged infrastructures. This was of particular interest to me due to my current research on the security of a VCE Vblock. The research got me thinking about…

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Scope: It Is All about Scope

December 17, 2013
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Scope: It Is All about Scope

When to implement security and data protection practices, or even change existing ones, is all about timing, knowledge, and scope. Deciding what to implement at any particular time requires knowledge of what needs to be fixed, and also of what the future could hold. To do this properly, you need to pay close attention to…

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Dell Planning New Storage Tech for 2013

October 29, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Days after announcing its converged infrastructure platform, the Active System 800, Dell is already dropping hints about its future development path; confirming its intention to use the tech it acquired with RNA Networks to deliver new storage options.

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Dell Delivers UCS Beater (Dude, It’s a Converged Infrastructure!)

October 23, 2012
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Dell100x30a

Dell was in San Francisco last week to host its Enterprise Strategy Update, staking its claim to the x86 top spot with the announcement of its big converged infrastructure platform, the Active System 800.

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EMC VSPEX vs. vBlock, or NetApp FlexPod. Can VMware VARs “Refuse” the Offer?

April 16, 2012
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CloudComputing

EMC VSPEX is a converged infrastructure offering targeting private clouds offered through EMC and VMware VAR's. This focus upon the channel makes this the first "private cloud in a box" that is explicitly designed for VAR's and SI's to take to their mid-market customers. As such the potential for such an offering is huge. However…

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VMware’s Rapid Desktop Program: Pivot3 vSTAC VDI appliance delivers early

October 19, 2011
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In an effort to relieve the discomfort for customers and partners VMware have introduced a Rapid Desktop Program. This program looks to validate View Proof of Concept appliances to ensure that they meet criteria for performance and reliability. By removing the complexity of the "I", an organisation can focus better on the assessment of virtual…

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Harris Trusted Cloud – Closing the Gap

April 11, 2011
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Harris Trusted Cloud – Closing the Gap

On the 4/7/2011 Virtualization Security Podcast, we were joined by Wyatt Starnes of Harris Corporation. Wyatt is the Vice President of Advanced Concepts of Cyber Integrated Solutions at Harris. What this means, is that Wyatt is one of the key folks of the Harris Trusted Cloud initiative. Trust is a funny word, and we have…

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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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Xsigo Forms an Alliance with CTC and Hitachi

February 10, 2010
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Those of you who attended VMworld this year will remember the stack of servers and storage on display happily serving VM's to the vistors, exhibitors and Staff at the conference, well one of the key components of that stack was provided by Xsigo. Their product the I/O Director offers signficant savings in large environments by…

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