Dell has expanded its virtualization technology portfolio to assist organizations striving to make datacenters and IT operations work more efficiently.
- By Rutrell Yasin
VMware on Thursday announced the general availability of the vSphere 4 family of virtualization products.
WANem makes it easy to simulate low bandwidth and latency conditions.
End users can contribute to virtual machine sprawl by using readily available, free downloads. Here are a few simple steps to head off problems before they begin.
- By Danielle Ruest and Nelson Ruest
As virtualization's popularity grows, so, too, does the presence of virtualization vendors at Microsoft's annual Tech-Ed North America conference. This year's show promises to feature more of them than ever, giving attendees the chance to sample more virtualization technologies.
Virtualization leader VMware sees a cloudy future for the datacenter. To that end, today the company announced vSphere 4, the next generation of what was formerly called VMware Infrastructure.
On April 21, VMware will take the wraps off of vSphere, the next generation of its infrastructure suite currently known as VMware Infrastructure.
VMware believes it can save you at least half on your server hardware
through virtualization. It's so confident of the savings that the
company is announcing that it will work for you for free if it can't
meet that goal.
Defining the security model for your first foray with Hyper-V.
- By Rick Vanover
Cisco Systems Inc., the IT industry’s leading supplier of routers and other networking hardware, is expanding its hardware offerings to include blade servers as part of a comprehensive push into the white-hot world of virtualization.
Server virtualization is being implemented at the majority of firms, in both enterprise (1,000 seats or more) and small-to-medium (SMB) business segments, according to two separate Forrester Research reports.
- By Herb Torrens
New research from Gartner predicts that sales of virtualization software could jump by nearly 50 percent this year.
- By Stephen Swoyer
Is there really a performance difference between hypervisors from VMware, Microsoft and Citrix? We put them under a microscope and stress-tested them for days to find out the answer.
- By Rick Vanover
Identifying problems in applications is hard now -- but it could get worse.
On hypervisors, pricing strategies and innovations that need to continue, even as you each continue to claim your spots in the virtualization market.