The global demand for open source continues to grow as enterprises look to control IT costs during challenging economic times or seek new channels of contribution or revenue.
Networked storage is now a necessity among mid to large enterprises particularly as organizations consolidate their infrastructure to reduce cost while improving efficiency. Gerard Penaflor, Regional Director South Asia Pacific and Korea for Brocade, lists some of the achievements in 2008 and how things will pan out in 2009.
Storage managers faced with hiring freezes, limited funding and growing capacity turn to virtualization and deduplication as part of their overall cost-saving strategy.
FalconStor rolls out an accelerator for VMware backups; Virtual Instruments unveils I/O optimization software for VMware; VirtenSys shows off I/O virtualization switch.
Organizations have an opportunity to improve operations and reduce cost and environmental impact by better understanding all aspects of an operational data center. This white paper is about building an efficient green data center to optimize your IT infrastructure and data center environment. Two key strategies discussed for data center efficiency are power and cooling, and virtualization.
Customers can now decrease third-party storage capacity for virtual server environments by 35% using NetApp V-Series.
Applications tested and certified to run on Red Hat Enterprise Linux are certified to run in a Red Hat virtualized platform with no modifications.
New product line, Citrix Essentials features advanced automation and management for the virtual data center.
Citrix makes XenServer, enterprise-class, cloud-proven virtualization, free for everyone.
Companies typically use virtual machines to develop and test new applications. Chris Insinger, VMware Business Director for EMC, discusses how to deploy production application on virtual environments.