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Java Cloud Service Gets a Fix

Oracle's recent fix follows up an array of patches that were rolled into its quarterly Critical Patch Update.

vSphere Rakes It In for VMware

Revenue for the virtualization company continues to build on the strength of its hypervisor technology, but there's growing interest in its cloud services.

Moka5 Launches M5 LivePC 'Vanguard'

Vanguard release uses client-side virtualization technology to enable Windows and Macs to run fully configured and secure.

SteelFusion 3.0 Centralizes Data, Improves Performance for Remote Offices

Riverbed's latest converged infrastructure appliance fuses branch servers, storage, networking, and virtualization infrastructure into a single solution.

Software-Defined Storage Survey: Small Role for Flash Devices

A new survey of software-defined storage users that shows a surprisingly slow uptake of flash-based devices such as solid-state drives.

One-Hop E-Mail Migration to the Cloud

Metalogix Email Migrator 3.0 lets you migrate e-mail from any vendor source to any cloud, including Office 365.

Intronis Expands Cloud Backup, Recovery Solution

Spring Release '14 adds physical imaging, Hyper-V support to backup repertoire.

From Red Hat Summit: Docker Collab, PaaS Marketplace

Red Hat details its work with Docker to streamline app delivery, and plans to launch an OpenShift Marketplace.

Software-Defined Networking Studies Tease Tidbits of Information

Costing up to thousands of dollars, research firm reports about the exploding software-defined networking technology aren't usually available to most folks. However, the firms sometimes tease the reports with interesting tidbits of information that, taken together, can provide a snapshot of the industry and where it's heading.

Citrix Hosted MobileMail 3.0 Delivers

Get secure e-mail, calendar, and contacts on any mobile device.

System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 R2: What's In It That's Worth It

There's nothing revolutionary in this release, but there are enough improvements that the rollup is a must-have.

Developer Details How He Built Software-Defined Networking App

Programming software-defined networking (SDN) applications is no trivial task, even for veteran networking developers, judging from the experience of Andy Pearce, who in a webinar today shared his ups and downs in developing an example app.

Freescale Chips Target Software-Defined Networking

Embedded processor maker Freescale Semiconductor introduced new chips targeting software-defined networking (SDN) systems.

VMware's Horizon 6 Unifies End User Computing

The company's sixth generation virtualization platform for unifying end-user computing has competitors taking notice.

Consumption-Based Cloud Servers Offer Savings to Linux Users

Eliminate manual provisioning and reduce disaster recovery costs? ElasticHosts says it's two of the big benefits of its new Elastic Containers cloud servers.

Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter 2.0 Allows Migrations to Azure VMs

New version of the VMware-to-Hyper-V conversion tool allows VM migrations right up to the cloud.

Cisco Offers OpFlex as OpenFlow Alternative

Cisco announced a new open, standards-based network communication protocol called OpFlex as part of its Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) architecture.

Big Data Virtualization Coming from SAS

SAS this week announced Big Data virtualization capabilities will be part of upcoming enhancements to its data management software.

Tripwire IP360 Expands Virtualization Support

IP360 upgrades to version 7.3 with a lower cost of ownership via its improved device profiler.

Google Details New Software-Defined Networking Stack

Google yesterday announced its new software-defined networking technology powering its internal services is available to users of its Cloud Platform.

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