IBM XIV with VMWare for Optimized Storage-Server Virtualization

This whitepaper discusses the many challenges of a total virtualized solution in light of the integration of virtualized servers and virtualized storage. It reviews...

Virtualizing Exchange Server 2010 with Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper V Best Practices

The purpose of this paper is to provide guidance and best practices for deploying Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 in a virtualized environment with Windows...

Veeam v5 vs. Symantec: Best VMware Backup Solution?

In a 2010 Symantec datacenter survey, IT sites without a virtual infrastructure project planned or in progress represented just 18% of the 1,780 sites...

Virtualizing Apple XServes: Choosing the Right Server Solution

As businesses and organizations grow in size and complexity, the demands placed on IT infrastructures and staff multiply exponentially. End users require access to...

Benchmarking a Scalable and Highly Available Architecture for Virtual Desktops

The benchmark results represent a greater than ten-fold (10x) decrease in the per-Desktop costs of SAN-based, high-availability virtual desktop infrastructures (VDIs) FORT LAUDERDALE: DataCore Software,...
Server Virtualization HP Proliant

The Next Generation HP ProLiant Server Line: A Powerful Platform for Virtualization

Seeking to lower power and cooling costs, simplify administration and conserve data center floor space, businesses of every size are rapidly virtualizing their physical...

Dell Virtual Remote Desktop Reference Architecture

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.

The Future of Virtualization, Cloud Computing and Green IT

The report examines, analyses, and predicts the evolution of Virtualization, Cloud Computing, and Green IT, their current and potential markets, and estimated industry outlays (expenditures) on selected key technologies over the next five years. Virtualization and Cloud Computing are complex Information Technologies, each one consisting of over 30 individual contributing technologies.

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