Before you update that older vSphere, gain some insight into your licensing requirements for vSphere 5 with this nifty tool.
In the recently posted "The World Runs on VMware vSphere" infographic, WiredCPU.com shows how just in the last 10 years (2001-2011) we have gone from virtually NO server virtualization in use to more than 50 percent of the servers in the world being virtualized (and over 20 million vSphere virtual machines running every day).
A Q&A with Paul Prince, CTO of the Dell Enterprise Product Group.
Unidesk President and CEO Don Bulens is in a rut, but a profitable one at that.
Jeff McNaught's career, in a nutshell: started software company; worked on TRS-80; co-developed first Windows-based thin client at Wyse that remains model for all thin clients sold today.
Microsoft leads partners to side with Citrix in virtualization's newest battle.
- By John K. Waters
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
Microsoft is expanding its desktop virtualization portfolio with improved licensing changes and technology upgrades and an extended pact with Citrix Systems.
Procedural approach for conversions can aid conversions of any type.
- By Rick Vanover
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
The first version of Microsoft's desktop virtualization tool was announced last week.
- By Jim Barthold
Sun Microsystems has released VirtualBox 2.2, an update to the company's free and open source desktop virtualization solution.
Sun has released Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Software 3, a major update to the company's virtualization management suite.
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