Virtualization

Last Updated on 22 April 2014, Total: 15 Blog Posts

  1. Sanbolic Now Verified for Citrix Ready VDI Capacity Program

    Sanbolic Platform is Trusted to Address the Storage Needs of Customers Implementing VDI Using Citrix XenDesktop... Read More

  2. What will Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) look like in 2014?

    In 2014 PaaS has reached a new level of maturity, in 2013 PaaS was adopted by many organizations... Read More

  3. Manage Hyper-V like a Pro with NEW 5nine Manager v3.7

    5nine Software, the vendor delivering management and agentless/host-based security products for Windows Server and Hyper-V, has released a new 5nine Manager for Hyper-V v3.7... Read More

  4. Unitrends Delivers Industry’s First Free Backup and Recovery Solution for Unlicensed Version of VMware vSphere Hypervisor

    Unitrends’ enterprise-class data protection enables VMware to go head-to-head with Microsoft in the SMB market... Read More

  5. Test-drive Amazon’s cloud services

    Learn AWS with new Self-Paced Labs... Read More

  6. Microsoft Private Cloud Components

    Learn how to create a Private Cloud using System Center 2012 SP1 and Virtual Machine Manager with Janique Carbone at VirtualizationAdmin.com... Read More

  7. Amazon AWS Storage Gateway Supports Microsoft Hyper-V

    You can now use Amazon’s Storage Gateway on-premises in two of the most popular virtualization environments: Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware ESXi... Read More

  8. Why Cloud Computing

    Learn the benefits of cloud computing and Amazon Web Services (AWS) from Amazon Sr. Vice President Andy Jassy in this video:... Read More

  9. Want to be part of the Machine Learning team at Amazon?

    Amazon will be organizing a recruitment event in Berlin to get on board engineers experienced in distributed systems and storage development for building Machine Learning services and tools. The Machine Learning team at Amazon is comprised of technical leaders who develop planet-scale platforms for machine learning on the cloud, assist the benchmarking and future development of existing machine learning applications... Read More

  10. Automate application management in the Cloud

    Amazon’s AWS cloud computing allows you to manage your cloud applications using a single service known as OpsWorks, which includes configuration management, application deployment, monitoring, and access control. The service allows you to implement any type of application independent of any particular architectural pattern. It was designed to simplify the process of managing the application life cycle without imposing arbitrary... Read More

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