Posts Tagged ‘ VMware ’

Hosted Virtualization Security – Type 2 Hypervisors

August 17, 2009
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There is quite a bit of documentation on bare metal or Type 1 hypervisors, including my own book, VMware vSphereTM and Virtual Infrastructure Security: Securing the Virtual Environment, but there is not much material on the proper security of hosted environments, or Type 2 hypervisors, such as Microsoft Virtual Server, VMware Workstation, Fusion, Player, or…

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Going to vSphere — The Need to Upgrade

August 14, 2009
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I have been preparing my virtual environment for a VMware vSphere upgrade. Specifically I have been going over my existing hardware with an eye towards running all aspects of vSphere including VMware Fault Tolerance (FT), NPIV, Cisco Nexus 1000V, and well everything.

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What an SMB wants – VMware Take Note – Microsoft Understands

August 11, 2009
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There is this misconception that an SMB wants everything for Free or nearly Free. This is simply not the case. SMBs are willing to pay for products, it is just they want a great return on their investment. It is not be about “bells and whistles”, but it is about getting more bang for their…

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VMware Buys SpringSource

August 10, 2009
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It was only a matter of time before VMware decided that if it was going to be an applications platform company, and really take on Microsoft, that it would need a presence in the business of building applications, and in providing the run-time infrastructure for applications. Acquiring SpringSource is a brilliant move because it leverages…

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vSphere enters Common Criteria testing.

August 3, 2009
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VMware vSphere has started its journey to Common Criteria certification,

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The Thrilla in California

July 30, 2009
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At this years Catalyst conference in San Diego a heavyweight championship match was laid on with Scott Drummonds of VMware in the red corner and Simon Crosby of Citrix in the blue one.

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News: VMWorld 2009 Sunday Night Extravaganza

July 26, 2009
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Are you heading to VMWorld 2009? If so, you don't want to miss a great community-based event the night before things kick off on Monday. Please make sure that you RSVP for the event.

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VMware Addresses the TimeKeeping Issue

July 23, 2009
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VMware has updated its document on Timekeeping in Virtual Machines. This update includes a new mechanism by which vendors of performance management products can accurately measure response times for applications and transactions. This strongly positions vendors like Dynatrace, Optier, Knoa and Aternity to provide transaction performance management solutions in support of the virtualization of business…

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VMware – The Next Great Platform Company?

July 16, 2009
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While VMware is being lead by two executives, Paul Maritz and Todd Nielson who were instrumental in the establishment of Windows as a dominant platform, VMware is today still not acting like a true platform company. Windows became a dominant platform because Microsoft structured its business model around making the platform a success. This included…

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