To properly use virtualization, you've got to first understand it.
- By Greg Shields
When it comes to infrastructure and operations, research firm Gartner says that virtualization will be the most significant trend through the next four years.
Some companies do licensing right, while others get it wrong.
One company aims to measure virtualization's effect on the bottom line.
- By Doug Barney and the Virtualization Review Staff
Software for creating and running virtual machines on the PC goes mainstream.
- By Peter Varhol
If you're lucky enough to get the print version of Virtualization Review, keep it -- it's almost guaranteed to be a collectors' item. Virtualization technology changes so fast, that issue will be a true antique in just a few month's time.
Virtualization is like a Sears 144-piece toolset -- there's something for every job.
Court papers suggest that Microsoft's change of heart earlier this year to open up Windows Vista virtualization licensing may have been influenced by litigation.
One of the great things about virtualization is that it makes it incredibly easy to add a new server -- or 10, or 100 new servers.
Although 54 percent of large enterprises around the globe rate management of their virtual server environment as a critical or high IT priority, fewer than half (45 percent) think their companies are doing it effectively, according to CA's global survey about virtualized environments released this week.
- By James E. Powell
A global enterprise virtualization survey released today confirms that virtualization is becoming stronger and stronger in the enterprise, with server virtualization leading the wave.
Microsoft reversed an earlier decision that would have forced IT pros to wait until mid-March to get their hands on Windows Vista Service Pack 1.
Late last week, Canonical Ltd. announced that Ubuntu users will now be able to access the Parallels Workstation virtualization software through the Ubuntu Partner Repository.
VMware might be far out in front, but don't count Microsoft out.
- By Stephen Swoyer
Microsoft and Citrix have banded together even more tightly in the virtualization space, hoping to take on industry leader VMware.