Pano Logic CTO Aly Orady draws a strict zero-client line.
Vendor View: IT seeking to accommodate the proliferation of virtualization projects
- By Heidi Biggar
Why, when it comes to virtualization, do-it-yourself design is often a bad thing.
- By Greg Shields
VirtualBox users are out there and alive and well in the virtualization community -- so much so that the inaugural Virtumania podcast topic was the free type 2 hypervisor.
- By Rick Vanover
VMware President and CEO Paul Maritz has bet the farm on cloud computing.
Parallels VP Amir Sharif talks virtual infrastructures.
One of the hottest virtualization markets to date is turning into a vendor free-for-all as a mixture of established and startup companies rush to stake their claims.
- By Alan Maddison
Microsoft is at VMworld in San Francisco this week, but it can't show off its Hyper-V virtualization product because it competes with VMware's products.
Microsoft touted its operating system interoperability partnership with Novell on Monday.
Monitoring, migration and quality of service are some of the major challenges waiting in the world of virtual networking.
Virtualization is evolving into a ubiquitous presence that will permeate technology infrastructures both large and small.
- By Daniel Beveridge
I've spoken to a number of organizations that have upgraded to vSphere, and I've seen that many of them haven't enlisted all of the new features.
- By Rick Vanover
Novell aims to tackle big competitors with its cloud-computing offerings.
Citrix cashes in on its Xen offerings even as it competes and cooperates with its rivals.
Virtualization is rarely as simple to implement and manage as it has been made out to be. Here's what to look out for when planning your organization's next virtualization project.