Posts Tagged ‘ VMware ’

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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VirtualBox OSE 3.0 – Still a viable Open Source option?

September 20, 2009
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In trying to re-use some old server hardware I re-vsisted VirtualBox/Ubuntu, a viable and completely free Open Source option for non-virtualization-enabled hardware. It is a neat solution, simple and well-supported, but the open source version of VirtualBox is nobbled to make it extremely awkward to use, in a different way to VMware's nobbling of the…

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vCloud Express

September 16, 2009
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The launch of vCloud Express came with little detail on its features and functions with many confused as to what type of solution it was. Is it a product, a service, a program or a certification?

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KVM in RHEL 5.4 – Red Hat leaps out of the virtual shadows.

September 12, 2009
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The Linux Kernel Virtual Machine (KVM) has been available for some time in, for example, Ubuntu 8.0.4 LTS (Released April 2008). KVM is widely used and stable and it is high time that Red Hat who acquired KVM when they purchased Qumranet in September 2008, started to move their customers onto it - at least…

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Is VMware trying to remake itself? To Compete with Microsoft?

September 10, 2009
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Is VMware trying to remake itself? To Compete with Microsoft?

With all the rebranding going on with VMware, I find it interesting that the new logo for VMware is similar to Microsoft's logo. A single name instead of the cool boxes they used to have. Did VMware's brand loose its focus while we were not watching? Is this why VMware is rebranding everthing? Is VMware…

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VMworld 2009 San Francisco

August 29, 2009
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TVP was at VMworld 2009 in San Francisco. While there we we published a running dialog on a forum that has since disappeared. Look for our twitter streams at a future VMworld!

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SpringSource – VMWare gets an OSGi Runtime

August 27, 2009
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When VMware acquired SpringSource it also gained an OSGi runtime known as SpringSource dm Server, to which developers can directly build applications using the Spring and other development toolsets without the use of a J2EE application Server such as WebSphere or Tomcat (which is integrated into SpringSource dm Server for backwards compatibility. It is not…

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Reflex VMC — The First VMsafe Certification

August 26, 2009
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Reflex Systems announced today that they have the first VMware VMsafe Certification for their Reflex VMC product.   This announcement brings two things to light. The first is that VMware has made a very smart move to certify VMsafe drivers for their hypervisor, which is a much needed step I have written about previously. The second…

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EMC Enhances CLARiiON Suite for VMware

August 26, 2009
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Enhacements to EMC's CLARiiON disk storage provide tangible management, data protection and performance benefits

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