Virtualization Management


Virtualization and the Cloud the Easy Way

Rahul Bakshi of SunGard Availability Services doles out managed services.

Start Me Up: CloudSwitch in the Datacenter

Ellen Rubin's success with startups continues at CloudSwitch, a developer of a software appliance that enables companies to securely run applications in the cloud while remaining integrated with their datacenters.

RingCube vDesk 3.2 VDI Edition Creates User Options

The latest offering from RingCube creates a VDI client that can be customized for each user, but still enables pooled licenses, easy updates and centralized control of settings.

Going Cloud: The Changing Nature of Virtualized Datacenters

The push to the cloud is putting heavy pressure on virtualized datacenters to change with the dynamic times.

Mixed Bag: Thin Clients, VDI, Management, Etc.

Here are five random items that are worthy of comment.

CA Launches Portal To Fight 'Virtual Stall'

A new microsite from CA aims to help its partners sell the CA Virtual portfolio and its customers to overcome "virtual stall."

Virtualization Tools That Cost Nothing But Download Time

Flings, SDKs, open source stuff ... there's more to free tools than ESXi and the vSphere client.

Oracle Improves Sun Fire x86 Line for Private Cloud and Virtualization Deployments

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.

Microsoft Extends Client Management Rights to Opalis 6.3 Users

Opalis 6.3 can now manage clients through System Center Client Management Suite or Enterprise Client Access License.

How To Upgrade vSphere 4.1 Update 1

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.

Managing Public and Hybrid Cloud Systems

Managers are asking the tough questions about public and private clouds and it boils down to one thing: trust.

Storage Problems and Proposed Solutions

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.

Separating VMs in a Sub-Cluster

You may want to implement a sub-cluster within a VMware DRS cluster for a number of reason.

Are the Big 3 Well-suited to Sell SMBs Virtualization?

Vendor View: Smaller companies have special requirements

Microsoft: The Great Server

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.

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