VMware may soon completely monopolise the virtualisation market, analysts warn, which would have ramifications for prices and vendor lock-in.
VMware will soon allow the virtualisation of Google's Chrome operating system. Is VMware starting some Linux-based mischief?
Learn about two virtualisation techniques that you can use instead of server virtualisaiton.
Hyper-V's snapshot feature may not be that useful as a backup plan, but they can help administrators cope with the pains of virtual machines.
Hyper-V R2 includes hot-add and remove capabilities.
Some very big name enterprises are taking their entire server farm into the realm of virtualisation. But some pundits maintain that mainframes still have their place.
IBM has launched its Virtual Server Recovery (VSR) and Information Protection Service (IPS) offering which has been researched and developed in Australia for local businesses.
The latest storage blades to appear could prove to be a boon for fans of virtualisation.
VMware has introduced VMware vSphere 4, an operating system for building the internal cloud. The architectural enhancements enable business-critical, transaction-heavy applications, such as SAP and Exchange, together with their SQL and Oracle databases, to be run on a 100% virtualised internal cloud powered by VMware vSphere 4.
There are several options for backing up virtual servers on a Linux-based OS. We explain their use in this article.
Sun Systems for MySQL is intended to help enterprise customers deploying MySQL-based web infrastructure on Sun servers.
Although Hyper-V may cost less on paper, VMware's ESXi can sometimes prove a cheaper alternative - depending on the specifics of your implementation.