SMB Virtualization

SMB Virtualization focuses on delivering the benefits of virtualization to SMB’s, and SME’s in a cost effective and easy to manage manner. SMB Virtualization covers all aspects for virtualization for the SMB or SME starting with hardware and working up the virtualization stack.|SMB Virtualization includes use of the technologies that allowed bursting into the cloud for small organizations as well as other cloud services that an SMB or SME could use to perform business operations within virtual or cloud environments. SMB Virtualization concentrates on the smaller scale organizations but while planning for those organizations to grow.

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    Grading VMware’s 2011

    December 8, 2011
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    VMware has had a great 2011. Product execution was excellent on all fronts except for VMware View where there are also larger strategy issues afoot. VMware is and likely will remain next year not only the most important, but the best system software vendor on the planet. We can only look forward to continued progress…

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    A VDI desktop is no More Secure than a Standard Desktop

    December 5, 2011
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    Our very own Texiwill hosts a weekly Virtualization Security Round Table podcast. This round table provides an open forum to discuss all things related to Virtualization, Virtual Environment and cloud computing security. We've questioned before the benefits of a virtual desktop infrastructure with respect to security. Is VDI secure? Is VDI inherently more secure than…

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    Thames Water dips its toe in Desktone’s pool – DaaS throws off it’s waterwings?

    November 28, 2011
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    Thames Water have signed up to give a sizable part of its desktop infrastructure management to services built on Desktone's VDI stack hosted and maintained by Molten Technologies. Thames Water is the UK's largest water and sewerage company, serving one of the world's largest conurbations. Is this a significant landmark for Desktop As-A-Service (DaaS) provision?…

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    Citrix XenApp 4.x, 5.x and 6.0 EOL is 2013. The End is Coming: Look Busy.

    November 21, 2011
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    So, we have an interesting question. Windows 2003, Windows XP EOL is 2014. For all Citrix XenApp versions other than the most recent 6.5 release, EOL .. End. Of. Life.

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    News: Quest Software acquires vKernel

    November 16, 2011
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    Quest buying vKernel is just the first in a series of steps that Quest will have to take to fully compete with VMware vCenter Operations - and starts the process of determining how the capacity, performance and availability management ecosystem for VMware will react in response.

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    The Campaign to Bring Back the VMTN Subscription

    November 11, 2011
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    I am not sure how other people have learned their craft and mastered the technology they support, but for me, the learning started after the books ended. I have learned so much more from breaking something and having to find the fix than I ever did from reading a book. Back in the day around…

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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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    XenClient 2.0: An Enterprise Ready off-line XenDesktop…or not?

    October 12, 2011
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    Citrix have released XenClient v2.0, their second generation bare-metal client hypervisor. XenClient allows centrally managed virtual desktops to run directly on corporate laptops, even when they are disconnected from the network. This version is intended to add ease-of-use and scalability features, and introduce a wider hardware compatibility list. In addition Citrix also launched the new…

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    Why Is Application Performance Management So Screwed Up?

    October 11, 2011
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    Less than 5% of the applications that matter to enterprises world wide are under management by an APM solution that can help ensure application response time, application availability and the integrity of the critical transactions within the application. This is because first generation APM solutions have been too expensive to purchase, too limited in their…

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