Here are five random items that are worthy of comment.
A new microsite from CA aims to help its partners sell the CA Virtual portfolio and its customers to overcome "virtual stall."
Flings, SDKs, open source stuff ... there's more to free tools than ESXi and the vSphere client.
Last week, Oracle rolled out enhancements to its Sun Fire x86 product, bolstering the company's line of enterprise-class rackmount and blade servers for private cloud and highly virtualized deployments.
Opalis 6.3 can now manage clients through System Center Client Management Suite or Enterprise Client Access License.
With VMware vSphere 4.1 update 1 now generally available, what do you need to know about it and how do you upgrade to it? Let's find out.
Managers are asking the tough questions about public and private clouds and it boils down to one thing: trust.
- By Manny Vellon
Storage presents a lot of problems. It's expensive, it accumulates in all kinds of places where you can't find it, it's a hassle to move from point A to point B and it isn't always compatible from one vendor to the next.
You may want to implement a sub-cluster within a VMware DRS cluster for a number of reason.
- By Rick Vanover
Vendor View: Smaller companies have special requirements
- By Eric Courville
All too often, organizations function without a Service Level Agreement (SLA) in the face of stringent expectations.
- By Rick Vanover
Unidesk President and CEO Don Bulens is in a rut, but a profitable one at that.
Hypervisor Shootout Report from the Taneja Group
VMware officially announced that the vSphere 4.1 release will be the last one to offer the company's full ESX Server hypervisor with a console operating system.
Redmond is looking to streamline the application process via Windows Azure, but it can't ignore server virtualization or VDI if it wants to overtake VMware.