Category Archives: Virtualization

Intel’s Nehalem virtualization game-changer

The revolutionary Intel 5500 series CPU (Code named Nehalem) was designed to optimize virtualization performance and enables far more bang for the buck than previous generation chips.
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Will UCS Unify IT Staffs?

Traditional data centers tend to be segregated into functional silos – a model that has endured in the physical world largely because of the crisp lines of demarcation. Virtualization is shaking up the status quo and increasing demand for more efficient IT processes. Cisco’s UCS helps automate and streamline the stovepipe model by unifying network, storage and servers with virtualization. It also provides an opportunity for IT organizations to begin chipping away at those silo walls.
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Is VMware More Like Novell or Oracle?

Gartner’s David Cappuccio wonders if VMware will end up, like Novell, getting trounced by Microsoft. Differences in technologies and organizations make it more likely that VMware will continue to succeed like Oracle.
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