At its annual Synergy Conference in LA’s Anaheim Convention Center on Tuesday, Citrix announced Citrix Workspace Services (CWS), its new flagship product. CWS is a management platform for controlling the creation, management, and delivery of distributed virtual workspace services across multiple public and private clouds. According to Citrix’s marketing message, CWS will design, build, and deliver amazing mobile experiences to anyone, anywhere, and anytime—on any cloud.
Citrix is twenty-five this year. It’s done pretty well; not everyone can say that they created a market-defining end user computing platform that is used by every major organization in the world—and a few other places as well.
So Happy Birthday, guys, and please take the rest of the day off. Just make sure you’re in early tomorrow morning. Continue reading Happy Birthday, Citrix — Now, Get Back to Work
VMware took one small step towards the realization of its desktop strategy with the launch of Horizon Suite yesterday, but failed to to make a giant leap. Continue reading Horizon Suite: VMware Inches Towards The Virtual Workspace
The team that brought you KVM are back with a new product and new direction. Qumranet founders —Benny Schnaider and Rami Tamir, have lifted the covers off Ravello Systems announcing it nested hypervisor platform HXV and a bold goal to create a cloud spanning hypervisor that will allow workloads to be moved from platform to platform regardless of the underlying infrastructure. Continue reading Ravello Revives Binary Translation for Cloud Hypervisor
Without question the answer must be “yes”. Continue reading Was 2012 “The Year of VDI”?
Herewith we fearlessly predict some important events and trends for the virtualization and cloud computing industry. May we also wish everyone had a Happy Holiday Season and a prosperous 2013. Continue reading 2013 Virtualization and Cloud Computing Predictions
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