Virtualization Management

Virtualization Management covers all aspects of managing a modern virtual or software defined data center. This includes managing across virtualization platforms and clouds, monitoring the performance and availability of the virtualization platforms (hypervisors) and the clouds, monitoring the capacity of the virtualization platforms and clouds,|monitoring the performance of the applications running on these platforms and clouds, automatically provisioning these environments, securing these environments, and ensuring that the data in these environments is always protected and available.

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2013 Virtualization and Cloud Computing Predictions

CloudComputing

Herewith we offer our 2013 Virtualization and Cloud Computing Predictions. May we also wish everyone a Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous 2013.

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Big Data Operations Management

December 21, 2012
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PerformanceManagement

If you are running business critical or performance critical applications in shared (virtualized or in a public cloud) environment then you might need big data operations management. If your environment is large enough to make monitoring into a big data problem, then choosing a product from a vendor like CloudPhysics, Reflex Systems, Splunk or Xangati…

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Virtualizing Business Critical Applications – The Performance and Capacity Sizing Problem

December 17, 2012
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PerformanceManagement

The process of virtualizing business critical applications should start with using a modern APM tool to establish a response time and throughput baseline for the application while it is still on physical hardware. That baseline should then serve as the reference SLA once the application is virtualized. Performance needs to be defined as response time…

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Will Cisco Buy Citrix in Reaction to VMware’s SDDC Strategy?

December 10, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

If Cisco were to acquire Citrix, it would immediately boost Cisco's business via the integration of Netscaler into Cisco's product line. It would further significantly strengthen Cisco's hand in positioning vs VMware SDDC strategy. It would also pretty much cement the position of VMware and Cisco as two competing vendors of Software Defined Data Centers.

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Windows 2012 Hyper-V – the hypervisor for your Cloud? Part III

December 4, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V in your private cloud, specifically in a Microsoft Windows VM environment, can be delivered for cost effectively. With 2012 Hyper-V, any Microsoft edition has the exact same virtualization and fail-over clustering features & scalability. The key market play here is in the increased functionality that Microsoft has introduced however, Microsoft not…

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Are We Missing a Category of Cloud Computing?

November 19, 2012
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CloudComputing

Putting an entire N-tier application system into a private or hybrid cloud appears to create something that does not fit into the existing definitions for IaaS, PaaS, or SaaS. We need to determine if a new category of cloud computing is warranted. And then if it is, we need to find some appropriate and non-offensive…

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Windows 2012 Hyper-V – The Hypervisor for your Cloud? Part I

November 15, 2012
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Windows 2012 Hyper-V – The Hypervisor for your Cloud? Part I

In this first installment looking at the features of Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 features compared to VMware vSphere 5.1 and XenServer 6.0 we consider how Hyper-V is priced, scalability and performance and storage.

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Moving to the Cloud!

November 14, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

Moving to the cloud! Let me be a little more precise and say moving to the public cloud. This concept has really been embraced and thrives in the consumer area but will this concept really take off in the corporate world and really should it? One of the main concepts of virtualization, in the beginning,…

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A Management Pack Strategy for VMware vCenter Operations?

November 13, 2012
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VirtualizationManagementIcon

VMware wants to be an enterprise management software vendor with vCenter Operations and the other components of the vCloud Suite. As impressive as VMware is, going it alone against Microsoft, IBM, HP, and CA on the management software front is not a strategy destined for success.

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