Veep flings darts at VMware, Windows Server, et al
Hands-on Hype begone: Is this storage management for dummies or what?
... try to take over the VM storage world
Gartner says users want VMware alternatives for the 40% of non-virtual workloads
Xen dads' spookware uses VM swarms to isolate foulness
vIO is VDI for SMEs in 100-seat bundles
Economic engine to be applied to networks, storage, and public clouds
Party's over, back to be being a normal Windows user for you
VMware is embedding EMC's Avamar deduplicating backup software into ESXi with the vSphere Data Protection product, making VMware seem more like EMC's baby than an open child.
Podcast Podcast Today we bring you a special live episode of our enterprise and consumer tech-cast, hosted by The Dude of enterprise tech, Greg Knieriemen, and cloud and storage master Ed Saipetch. Live from VMworld, they crash HP's customer appreciation reception. Today's special guests include: Brady Wilson, CTO of Opus …
Deep Dive Server virtualisation is no longer just a topic for server admins; it also affects the management of storage and networking equipment. And the introduction of server virtualisation means that all of a sudden server operations people have to learn how to deal with storage.
Projecting a $3bn air kiss in 2013
Gelsinger & Co. to focus on core virtualization opportunity
Update adds EC2, ESXi 5.1, and vCloud hooks
If VMware's Nicira is no threat, why does Cisco need another virtual friend?
Will remain as advisor after taking up post at General Catalyst
All-flash-array start-ups on getting their virtual desktop gigs
Keeps schtum on mystery Pivotal Initiative
Discount chop looms; how many dollars per socket?
re:Invent Data Pipeline service links data sources, automates chewing and spitting
'If you can run RHEL, you're good'
Virtual networks coming to mobile and metro networks … and beyond!
'Our OpenFlow is more open than your OpenFlow'
VMware chief technology officer Steve Herrod wants to play Tetris with your data centre, in the hope that if he can get your workloads lined up just right some of your costs will disappear.
So much for your sandbox US researchers at RSA, the University of Wisconsin and the University of North Carolina have used a malicious virtual machine to extract a cryptographic key from another virtual machine running on the same hardware.
On the heels of its acquisition of high-availability server maker Marathon Technologies at the end of September and the revamping of its ftServer fault tolerant servers earlier that month, Stratus Technologies is tweaking its Avance clustering software for server hypervisors and their virtual machines to allow load balancing across clusters.