Posts Tagged ‘ VMware vSphere ’

Public Cloud Reality: Do we Stay or Do We Go?

March 19, 2013
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CloudComputing

Soon the backup power will be available for our new datacenter and the redesign to make use of VMware vCloud Suite is nearing completion. Soon, our full private cloud will be ready for our existing workloads. These workloads however now run within a XenServer based public cloud.  So the question is, do we stay in…

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Hotlink’s Cross-Platform Management Technology

November 1, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

One of the companies and technology to watch is Hotlink with its Cross Platform Management Technology (winner of Best of Show, VMworld 2012). If you have not heard of this before I think you will in the near future. This technology allows you to use VMware’s vCenter Server to manage and control all major hypervisors…

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Replacing DRS – With What and Why?

December 13, 2010
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The question of whether and how to replace DRS is really a part of the question of what is in the virtualization platform and what is not. Clearly the virtualization platform consists of much more than the hypervisor. VMware would like to define the virtualization platform as all of vSphere Enterprise Plus, and then suggest…

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Virtualizing Business Critical Applications – A Reference Architecture

July 26, 2010
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Virtualizing Business Critical Applications – A Reference Architecture

Virtualization Security, Configuration Management, Service and Capacity Management, Provisioning and Lifecycle Management, and Backup/Recovery are essential functions that must be added to a virtualization platform when virtualizing business critical applications. VMware vSphere is clearly the market leading and most robust virtualization platform - and clearly the virtualization platform most suitable as the foundation of a…

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VMware vSphere Security Guidance, just the Beginning

March 26, 2010
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On the most recent Virtualization Security Podcast, the panel was joined by VMware's Charu Chaubal to discuss the latest draft of the VMware vSphere hardening guide.

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VMware and Microsoft Race to Make Each Other Irrelevant

June 16, 2009
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VMware is trying to package Microsoft Windows out of existence by allowing applications to run in guest with no OS from Microsoft or Red Hat. Microsoft is trying to package VMware out of existence by including Hyper-V for free in Windows Server, and by providing application virtualization functionality that makes virtualizing server operating systems unnecessary.

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