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Virtual Iron Software planning a serious market startup

Posted by Staff   |   Saturday, February 12th, 2005   |   0 Comments

Ex Katana Technologies, Virtual Iron Software is doing some interesting moves to put itself as the only true VMware competitor on the market. Nor XEN (at least until the project…

Linux 2.6 kernel to include Xen

Posted by Staff   |   Saturday, February 5th, 2005   |   0 Comments

Quoting from CRN:

A forthcoming update to the Linux 2.6 kernel will incorporate the Xen open source virtualization technology, said the man who maintains the Linux kernel.
At the Enterprise…

The rush is on to virtualise servers

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, January 27th, 2005   |   0 Comments

Quoting from Techworld:

While VMware pretty much created the virtual machine market on x86 servers and has enjoyed a nearly uncontested leadership position, enterprise customers this year will find a…

VMware's open source rival gets marquee backing

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, January 18th, 2005   |   0 Comments

Quoting from Linux Business Week:

Kleiner Perkins and Sevin Rosen, two star-studded VCs, have put $6 million in Series A money in Palo Alto, California-based XenSource, the outfit started by…

Novell, Red Hat eye virtualization for Linux

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, January 11th, 2005   |   0 Comments

Quoting from ComputerWorld:

Novell Inc. last week said it will soon detail plans to include server virtualization technology in its SUSE Linux operating system. Red Hat Inc. intends to do…

Katana Technology takes new approach to server virtualization

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, December 17th, 2004   |   0 Comments

Quoting from ARNnet:

Katana Technology, the 30-person company has not yet revealed details of its upcoming product, but appears to have developed a novel approach to consolidating data center resources….

Programming Virtual Server 2005 with Visual Studio.NET

Posted by Staff   |   Wednesday, December 8th, 2004   |   0 Comments

Quoting from .NET Developer’s Journal:

Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 (VS2005), a new addition to the Microsoft Server family, emulates physical hardware to create multiple independently operating environments or virtual machines…

Red Hat, Novell to package Xen open-source alternative to VMware

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, December 2nd, 2004   |   0 Comments

Quoting from CRN:

Watch out VMware and Microsoft. Here comes Xen.
Xen, an open-source project with growing ties to Red Hat, Novell and Hewlett-Packard, is emerging as the leading contender…

ISV partners gear up for Microsoft Virtual Server 2005

Posted by Staff   |   Saturday, September 11th, 2004   |   0 Comments

Quotinig from Systems Management Pipeline:
Microsoft will join with ISV partners Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Computer Associates International and Veritas Software to unveil a host of management add-ons for its Virtual Server…

VMworld 2004 discount price for IT teachers

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, September 10th, 2004   |   0 Comments

Would you like to partecipate to first VMware world conference, VMworld 2004?
If you are a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) or a Certified Novell Instructor (CNI) you are eligible for…

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