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Virtualization Review 2010

December 30, 2010
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It is the last few days of the year and time for a review of virtualization 2010. Although VMware was founded in 1998 it was not until 2001 that I first heard of VMware and played with the workstation product to be able to run different flavors of Linux. So for me, 2010 closes out…

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Acadia and Its Place in the World

September 28, 2010
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I can remember, in what seems like a really long time ago, about the creation of a new company, Acadia, that will support the coalition of VMware, Cisco and EMC’s vBlock product. I had really long forgotten about the new company that was going to be formed when EMC really started their hiring blitz and…

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Virtual Thoughts: Is the Hypervisor moving into Hardware?

June 30, 2010
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During the Virtual Thoughts podcast on 6/29/2010, the analysts discussed various hardware aspects of virtualization trying to determine if the hypervisor was to move into the hardware? and if so how much of it? as well as whose hypervisor? and lastly such a move part of any business model? Virtual Thoughts is a monthly podcast…

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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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