Server Virtualization


VMware, Microsoft Still Lead Gartner 'Magic Quadrant'

The latest x86 server virtualization report also shows an uptick for Red Hat.

Oracle Updates Oracle VM 3.3

Server virtualization solution from Ellison and company improves on the management end and on the OpenStack operability end.

vSphere 6, Virtual Volumes Beta Testing Now Open

VMware starts testing of major hypervisor update as well as innovative virtual storage management component.

Nutanix Converges with Dell

Dell works with Nutanix to provide customers with Dell converged infrastructure appliances managed via Nutanix software.

Cisco Buys into Cloud Orchestration with Tail-f

The networking company bolsters its cloud portfolio by buying Tail-f Systems.

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Gets Big Update

Version 3.4 adds several new ways to manage and provision VMs in large numbers, and adds some significant OpenStack features that simplify VM provisioning and networking in the cloud.

In the Cloud Era, The Era of Convergence Is Upon Us

What exactly is convergence and what is making vendors scramble to get included in this category?

How to Remotely Manage vSphere from Your Mobile Device

vSphere Mobile Watchlists might make your job a bit too easy. All that really means is that it'll free you for other, more important jobs.

Create a vSphere Lab with (Almost) No Effort

A few review-like words for Lab Guide's Autolab.

How To Set Active Directory Authentication with vCenter Server Appliance

One thing that is a must for most organizations is to join the vCenter Server to Active Directory. A few words of advice to do this smoothly.

How To Deduplicate Hyper-V VMs with Windows Server 2012 R2

Some handy tips to save space and keep Hyper-V VMs from bogging down the rest of your systems.

Feds Learn About Shifting to Software-Defined Networking

Move to SDN said inevitable in new world of mobility, social, Big Data and cloud computing.

Startup Puts WAN Twist on Software-Defined Networking

CloudGenix will apply SDN techniques to networks in distributed locations.

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.

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.

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