Sun Microsystems today launched the latest salvo in the virtualization wars with the release of new and upgraded tools and services around its xVM technology.
- By John K. Waters
Virtualization industry leader VMware, already facing challenges on multiple fronts, took another body blow last night when Chief Scientist Dr. Mendel Rosenblum, a company co-founder, resigned.
As hackers continue to focus their attention on virtualized environments, those looking to adopt virtualization technologies should proceed with caution, according to report from InfoWorld.
- By GCN.com Staff
Microsoft, following its earlier announcement about new virtualization products and imminent releases, has filled in some details that give more shape to its vision.
Microsoft kicked off its virtualization push with a number of product announcements, including a key virtual management tool.
Sun Microsystems this week rolled out version 2.0 of its xVM VirtualBox.
Open source server distributor Red Hat Inc., which is carving out a virtualization path unique in the industry, added another arrow to its quiver today with the acquisition of Qumranet Inc.
Got some questions about Microsoft's hypervisor? That's what Barney's here for.
The open source hypervisor Xen has a new version, 3.3, that includes a number of upgrades and enhancements that make it more enterprise-worthy and start to move it beyond the datacenter.
Citrix Systems has upped the competitive ante by adding a new set of performance-related features to its flagship XenApp product.
Microsoft has made substantial changes to its virtualization licensing program, changes that will lower the cost of using virtualization for many customers.
Yesterday, August 12, was a blow-out day for some users of VMware's ESX 3.5 and ESXi 3.5 virtualization products, especially if they had applied the latest product updates called "Update 2."
Microsoft announced a launch event for its virtualization products, scheduled for Sept. 8, 2008 in Bellevue, Wash.
VMware joined the Linux Foundation on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF. -- IBM made several announcements Tuesday at the annual LinuxWorld conference, introducing a new series of products, services and initiatives that the company says will "further expand IBM's commitment to Linux and open source by enabling the next generation of Linux."
- By John K. Waters
Microsoft's server virtualization solution rewards early Windows Server 2008 adopters.
- By Peter Varhol
Virtualization heralds a brave new world of security. Here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to securing a virtual infrastructure.
- By Joern Wettern
Next week at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, security researcher Joanna Rutkowska promises to demonstrate how a malicious attacker, working remotely, could take control of the open-source Xen virtualization software.
- By Joab Jackson
Don't let its looks fool you -- give it time and Hyper-V will be a contender for hypervisor dominance.
Qumranet's CEO Benny Schnaider discusses his company's open source technology and the future of the virtualization market.