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  • Data center dos and don'ts: Virtualization

    Wade Reynolds and David Marshall offer handy security tips and advice on how and where to use virtualization in the data center. 

  • Virtual trial leads to data center overhaul

    IT folks at a Canadian media company thought they were testing virtualization software as a way to run a tighter ship. They got more than they bargained for. 

  • Virtual Iron adds Xen; aims for rival VMware

    Virtual Iron's newest version of its virtualization software adds Xen's hypervisor. Now the startup is talking tough and taking on market leader VMware. 

  • Linux, virtualization help bank tackle downtime issues

    A healthy dose of Linux and VMware virtualization was all Stonebridge Bank needed to eliminate the downtime issues that plagued its older Windows-only architecture 

  • Mainframers battle bugs in new virtualization

    Early adopters offered strong support on the latest mainframe virtualization release z/VM 5.2. Customers especially liked the 64-bit upgrade, but some shops had an easier implementation than others. 

  • CIO primer: Virtualization basics

    Virtualization is coming into its own -- and successful IT managers at companies of all sizes are figuring ways the technology can help them. 

  • Top five tips for understanding virtualization

    Virtualization on x86 architecture is hot, but jumping into this technology is not. Get a cool start with these five cornerstones for building virtualization brick houses 

  • Server room menu: Server virtualization in four styles

    Virtualization is set to cut a large swath of headlines this year, but users would be wise to understand each virtualization style in turn before taking the plunge into a virtual server world. 

  • Novell's certifications remain intact with virtualization partnership

    The push for a virtual data center and utility computing continued this week as Novell announced that SuSE Linux would have support for Virtual Iron out of the box. 

  • Open source waits for a Xen moment in 2006

    What's up with Xen? The open source virtualization application has fueled some hype, but some question if it has the stomach to go the distance against VMware and others. Read on to see how it can.