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This whitepaper discusses the many challenges of a total virtualized solution in light of the integration of virtualized servers and virtualized storage. It reviews the complementary technologies of the VMware and IBM XIV® Storage System environments, while highlighting IBM XIV features that address the different issues. Real-world use cases provided at the end of the […]
Ixia’s IxLoad Used to Benchmark Carrier-Class Dell PowerEdge Server Line Ixia, the leading, global provider of converged IP network test solutions, today announced that Dell, Inc. has selected Ixia as one of its key partners for performance testing on its PowerEdge server line. Dell’s PowerEdge series includes the large-scale blade servers used by service providers […]
Parallels Server for Mac 4.0 Mac mini Edition Launch Lets Businesses Run Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows and Linux Environments Side-by-Side on an Apple Mac mini Parallels today announced the launch of Parallels Server for Mac 4.0 Mac mini Edition, a new edition of its one-of-a-kind Mac server virtualization solution optimized for Mac minis running […]
Seeking to lower power and cooling costs, simplify administration and conserve data center floor space, businesses of every size are rapidly virtualizing their physical infrastructures. As a result, demand is greater than ever for server hardware capable of handling virtualization workloads with maximum efficiency. The next generation of HP ProLiant servers and blades offers the […]
Cloud Computing and Business Applications
In this video hear an industry analyst give her view on how the cloud is extending ease of use to other bus…
An animated elevator pitch on the three types of server virtualization and their benefits.
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.
As Virtualization and cloud computing technology spreads its wings, backup and data protection of virtual infrastructure is becoming a vital part of many IT departments data backup planning. Dave Elliott has written a great piece on what not to do when considering virtualization backup solutions in your greater organizational disaster recovery strategy and planning.