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Dell acquires KACE

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, February 12th, 2010   |   0 Comments

Maybe the Dell strategy for fabric computing isn’t clear yet, but its approach to virtualization definitively is: so far the company closed a number of OEM agreements with vendors…

Citrix XenServer is now open source

Posted by Staff   |   Tuesday, February 9th, 2010   |   0 Comments

Just in case you missed it, XenServer is now open source. It’s confirmed by the Citrix CTO of Virtualization and Management division Simon Crosby, who answered a question about…

Microsoft finally introduces Red Hat support in Linux Integrated Components for Hyper-V

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, February 8th, 2010   |   0 Comments

At the end of January Microsoft silently updated its Linux Integrated Components package to version 2.0, introducing the long awaited support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) guest operating…

Novell vs VMware: not everything can be virtualized

Posted by Staff   |   Thursday, January 28th, 2010   |   0 Comments

This morning ZDNet released a surprising interview with the Novell CTO Moiz Kohari, where he took a completely distant position from the virtualization market leader and competitor VMware.

Is there any real need for application virtualization?

Posted by Staff   |   Wednesday, January 27th, 2010   |   7 Comments

Despite its huge potential, it’s pretty evident that the market is not embracing the application virtualization approach (to not be confused with presentation or desktop virtualization) anytime soon.
All the…

VMware acquires Zimbra, but the big news is another

Posted by Staff   |   Wednesday, January 13th, 2010   |   7 Comments

As expected, today VMware confirmed the acquisition of Zimbra from Yahoo. The company didn’t disclose the terms of the deal but All Things D reports that we are talking…

Novell’s strategy: we’ll bet on multiple hypervisors adoption

Posted by Staff   |   Monday, December 28th, 2009   |   0 Comments

So far, the Novell strategy about virtualization has never been too clear. The company offers its own version of Xen since October 2005, made more appealing thanks to a…

Novell prepares to enter new virtualization markets with PlateSpin Atlantic and Bluestar

Posted by Staff   |   Wednesday, December 9th, 2009   |   0 Comments

Yesterday Novell announced the future launch of two new products with the PlateSpin brand.
The first one, codename Atlantic, will be a self-service provisioning portal, while the second, codename…

Fortisphere extends Virtual Service Manager with vRadar capability

Posted by Staff   |   Friday, December 4th, 2009   |   0 Comments

In late October described how Fortisphere is slightly changing its go-to-market strategy, revamping its flagship product, now called Virtual Service Manager (VSM).
After just one month the company…

VM6 Software appoints former PlateSpin CEO as Board Advisor

Posted by Staff   |   Wednesday, November 25th, 2009   |   0 Comments

The founder and former CEO of PlateSpin (acquired by Novell in February 2008), Stephen Pollack, has just joined the Canadian firm VM6 Software as Board Advisor.
Pollack already sits…

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