Established in 2003, virtualization.info has been the most popular news website about server and application virtualization technologies, including virtual machines and hypervisors, containers and orchestrators, functions and serverless computing platforms.
Our mission was tracking the virtualization market evolution and its technology impact on the IT world, offering ahead of the curve, exhaustive coverage of the whole industry.
We aimed to serve IT decision-makers in large end-user organizations, CTO offices in tech startups, and analysts in industry research, venture capital and private equity firms.
Several points differentiated us from any other online media in the space:
- News digest virtualization.info daily tracks hundreds of news sources, verifying information published in every major news magazines, corporate and personal blogs, web forum and newsgroups. From thousands of articles per day, we published no more than 10 major news per day, cutting away all the marketing hype, avoiding waste of time and information overload.
- The big picture The news we published was enriched with references to the companies’ market position, including past and upcoming product releases, declared and implicit alliances, expected evolutions and more. So each article contributed to detail the overall industry status, giving readers always the big picture.
- Strategic insights Along with daily news, virtualization.info publisheed periodic insights about different aspects of the market, covering competition, emerging trends, customers and partners relationships. Where connections between vendors and their strategies were unclear, our analysis helped connecting the dots.
virtualization.info has been recognized as a valuable point of aggregation by industry leaders and technical communities, achieving over 250,000 page views per month and more than 11,000 RSS feed readers per day.
Today, with almost 6,000 pages, virtualization.info still contains the historical memory of the virtualization industry and its content has been referenced by more than 100,000 other sites, blogs, forums and newsgroups talking about virtualization.