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Results tagged "Hyper-V"

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Who Is Really Pushing NFV?

September 25, 2013 11:05 AM
Network Function Virtualization (NFV) turns hardware appliances into virtualized services. As NFV interest grows, who stands to gain the most benefit?

Survey Reveals Slow Windows Server 2012 Adoption

June 12, 2013 01:33 PM
Symantec-commissioned report shows that organizations aren't rushing to migrate to the latest Windows Server update.

New OpenFlow Controller, Virtual Switch Debut from NEC

January 22, 2013 09:22 PM
As SDN technology evolves, NEC has launched a new version of its OpenFlow controller that supports IPv6 and OpenStack. NEC has also released a virtual switch to support OpenFlow in Hyper-V environments.

Desktop Virtualization No Cost Saver?

October 04, 2012 01:52 PM
Don't ignore added costs VDI brings to the data center when calculating ROI on a virtualization project, warns consultant in Interop session.

VMTurbo Removes Major App Virtualization Barrier

May 03, 2012 10:00 AM
New VMTurbo Operations Manager takes response time and transaction throughput data from third-party APM solutions, and is now integrated with ADCs and load balancers such as NetScaler.

Will VM Pricing Topple VMware Juggernaut?

April 26, 2012 11:00 AM
The virtualization market continues to heat up, exceeding expectations across the board for servers, desktops and appliances. However, will licensing and pricing concerns, along with competition, derail the growth of industry giant VMware?

Tiptoeing Through Virtualization Licensing Minefield

April 24, 2012 11:00 AM
Virtualization is still gaining steam in data center, and it is moving to the desktop, as well. However, many IT managers are finding that they have to tiptoe around licensing issues and deal with vendors independently to secure the best deal and not break the law.

Dell Adds AppAssure to Its Storage Portfolio

March 05, 2012 09:00 AM
Dell recently announced the acquisition of AppAssure, which it describes as a next-generation data protection solution because it deals not only with physical IT assets, but also with virtual and cloud environments. Dell plans to integrate the AppAssure software product with its Fluid Data architecture. AppAssure is the first acquisition that Dell has made since the creation of its new Software Group and will be part of its enterprise storage and software portfolio. This acquisition is another significant signpost that Dell is aggressively attacking the storage and storage management market, and the software market overall, more broadly.

Microsoft, Citrix And KVM Continue To Erode VMware's Virtualization Domination

March 01, 2012 11:04 AM
As virtualization continues its proliferation throughout the enterprise, Microsoft, Citrix and KVM are all expected to be strong contenders to erode VMware's market share, say industry observers.

EMC's Lightning Strikes

February 07, 2012 09:00 AM
The storage cognoscenti have been all atwitter this morning as EMC announces the details of Project Lightning, the flash-based server cache solution it previewed last May at EMCworld. The first version of the renamed VFCache is now available, and it's clearly a version 1.0 product. Hopefully, EMC will get some of the road map items out the door, as well as the just announced Thunder, soon.

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