This document discusses how the core features of the Cisco Unified Computing System contribute to the ease of deployment, management, performance, and security of virtualized environments.
ESG Lab report by Brian Garrett.
Red Hat and Microsoft have completed testing and validation for mutual customers using server virtualisation.
One of the key benefits of Oracle VM is the capability to deploy the technology on x86/ x86-64 servers and support a broad range of network and storage devices.
The new HP LeftHand P4000 SAN solutions offer a scale-out architecture that provides data replication and automatically balances data volumes across all storage resources.
The BEX 3.1 data protection architecture reduces the data being transferred to only those blocks that have changed, yet is low impact on the server, putting little strain on the virtual infrastructure being protected.
The new solution will extend the enterprise management capabilities of Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V and System Centre in the areas of storage management and provisioning services.
The collaboration among Citrix, Intel and HP offers customers improved server utilisation, energy efficiency and performance throughout the server ecosystem.
Naveen Mishra, Sr. Analyst, Server Mkt, Gartner talks extensively about the latest in the server market.
Server virtualisation gives flexibility to host multiple applications on the same physical server.
According to a Symantec report, only one in seven have been successful at implementing a green data centre.
Microsoft System Centre Virtual Machine Manager 2007 leverages Brocade Access Gateway Technology for additional functionality and greater reliability in virtual server environments.
Shailesh Agarwal, country manager, Storage, IBM India and South Asia speaks on the importance of server virtualisation for India and how CIOs can utilise the technology to overcome the ever growing challenges within their datacentres.
Early adopters of server virtualisation technologies have mixed feelings about the technology as a lot of them haven't witnessed the benefits and return on investment (ROI) they anticipated.