Virtualization Management


Hyper-V Recovery Manager Sports New Name, New Features

Along with new name, Azure Site Recovery will come with file sharing that takes VM migrations in mind.

What Comes After Converged Infrastructure

Taneja Group calls the evolution "hyperconverged," but most are calling it "infrastructure in a box." Also: Take a converged infrastructure survey and win a GoPro!

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.

Gartner: Get Moving on Software-Defined Architecture or Get Left Behind

'Standing still is not really an option.'

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.

Oracle Solaris Gets Built-In Software-Defined Networking

Meet the modern OS, a 'cloud platform' with integrated virtualization and SDN.

Kaspersky Offers Balanced Security Approach for Virtual Environments

Kaspersky strives to hit the right mix of performance and protection when it comes to securing VMs.

Next-Generation HP XP7 Storage Now Available

Through a combination of virtualized technologies, HP XP7 Storage purports to provide six 9s of uptime, providing customers with constant access and continuous disaster recovery protection.

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.

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.

VMware's Horizon 6 Unifies End User Computing

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

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