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Company adds industry’s only multiprotocol, reprogrammable lineup of zero clients Citrix Synergy 2011 HP today announced additions to its desktop-to-data-center client virtualization portfolio that offer users improved flexibility, security and productivity. “Only HP, the worldwide market share leader in thin clients, has the depth of expertise and global scale to meet customer requirements from the [...]
The purpose of this paper is to provide guidance and best practices for deploying Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 in a virtualized environment with Windows Server® 2008 R2 Hyper V™ technology. This paper has been carefully composed to be relevant to organizations of any size. Many organizations today rely on some degree of virtualization. Whether it [...]
Veeam to provide 2-in-1 backup and replication for multi-hypervisor environments ATLANTA: Veeam Software, innovative provider of VMware data protection, disaster recovery and VMware management solutions for virtual datacenter environments, today announced at Tech·Ed North America that it is adding support for Windows Server Hyper-V and Microsoft Hyper-V Server to Veeam Backup & Replication™, the leading [...]
This is my lab server running server 2008 r2 hyperv with remotefx.
Rectiphy Corp. has released Rectiphy ActiveImage Protector for Hyper-V 2 .7.5 with patent-pending ReZoom technology. ActiveImage Protector (AIP) was the first solution that allowed users to hot image a Microsoft® Hyper-V™ host along with all guest virtual machines and applications without shutting them down, vastly improving Hyper-V backup management. In another industry first, AIP’s new [...]
Dell, Citrix, and Microsoft provide an end-to-end optimized solution for remote, server-hosted desktop virtualization called Dell Virtual Remote Desktop (VRD). This solution combines Dell’s client, server, storage, networking hardware, and services with Citrix XenDesktop desktop virtualization technology and Microsoft’s server virtualization and management infrastructure.
IT organizations today face major challenges in achieving maximum utilization, efficiency, and availability with ever-growing demands. Microsoft Hyper-V and NetApp MetroCluster address this demand by delivering a simple, low-cost, highly available, and efficient solution, which can be scaled as required, and increase the availability of the business critical systems and applications.
Rectiphy Corp. today released its ActiveImage Protector (AIP) for Hyper-V 2 .7.5 with patent-pending ReZoom technology. Rectiphy’s AIP was the first solution that allowed users to Hot Image a Microsoft® Hyper-V™ host along with all guest virtual machines and applications without shutting them down, vastly improving Hyper-V backup management.