- December 06, 2011
JT Global is marching to the beat of its own drummer with open source software, including Ubuntu virtual machines, ConVirt virtualization management software, and a unique approach to VM clustering.
- June 24, 2010
Cloud computing, virtualization and new features in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, which hits beta 2 next week, were the hot topics at Red Hat Summit 2010.
- April 29, 2010
Xen, the early favorite to win the open source virtualization crown, is passed over in favor of KVM at select hosting and cloud providers. Problems with Xen's lack of integration into the main Linux kernel hobbled the hypervisor, and KVM's ...
- August 24, 2009
VMware debuts Linux vCenter appliance and some cross-platform client tools in technology preview, giving users Windows-free virtualization. But after a year the final release date is still unknown, causing some customers to turn to KVM and Xen ...
- February 10, 2009
SUSE 11 will improve virtualization and interoperability says Markus Rex, Novell's new open source chief. Microsoft Server Virtualization Validation program certification for SUSE on Hyper-V ensures a larger virtualization market share for Novell, ...
- December 29, 2008
Linux made huge strides in maturity and ubiquity in 2008, as it delved further into virtualization, cloud computing and use in mission-critical environments. Our Enterprise Linux 2008 year in review notes some of the highlights of Linux growth this ...
- December 01, 2008
Virtual appliance maker rPath now runs on Ubuntu and CentOS platforms, though Red Hat remains a holdout. And now rPath has taken its appliance imaging technology into the cloud.
- October 28, 2008
Canonical's Ubuntu 8.10 server edition packs lots of new features, enhancing virtualization and security and offering Apache and JDK out of the box.
- September 04, 2008
By purchasing Qumranet, the developer of the KVM hypervisor, Red Hat now touts itself as on par with Microsoft' in providing "end to end" virtualization.
- April 21, 2008
Novell's new SUSE Appliance Program creates stackable components to help ISVs build applications faster. But Red Hat already has a head start on a similar appliance.