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The Open vSwitch – Key Ingredient of Enterprise Ready Clouds

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I’m often asked what Citrix and the open source community are trying to achieve with the Open vSwitch Project. The Open vSwitch is an open source virtual switch for Xen (and therefore XenServer, and in future perhaps Amazon EC2 and RackSpace), and KVM based virtual infrastructure that replaces the Linux bridge code with a powerful, […]

Managed Service Provider DDC Expands Desktop Management Portfolio with Wanova Mirage and VMware View

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Today at VMworld 2010, Wanova, Inc. announced that Durable Data Corporation (DDC) has begun deploying solutions supported by Wanova and VMware to expand its desktop management service offerings. Leveraging VMware View™ and Wanova Mirage™ software, DDC – a service provider specializing in onsite and cloud-based infrastructure management – can now manage its customers’ desktop environments […]

Red Hat Outlines Comprehensive Platform-as-a-Service Cloud Strategy

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Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, today announced its vision for a comprehensive Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution as part of its Cloud Foundations, a portfolio that will promote consistency between enterprise applications and the cloud. Red Hat is the only vendor that has the infrastructure capable of delivering an […]

What to Expect at VMworld 2010

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OK, I admit it: I’m looking forward to VMworld like a kid looks forward to camp. But for exactly the opposite reason: VMworld marks the end of summer and the beginning of the fall tradeshow season. Summer, despite its all-American goodness, is an odd time for our industry—no less busy due to fall preparations, but […]

Enterprise Management Vendor Zenoss Joins The Linux Foundation

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The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, today announced that open source enterprise IT management company Zenoss is its newest member. Zenoss products enable enterprises to assure IT service delivery and manage operations for business services, networks, and servers across physical, virtual, and cloud-based datacenters. The company uses the […]

How Big is Amazon’s Cloud Computing Business? Find Out

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It goes without saying that with its array of web services, Amazon has transformed the computing landscape and nurtured what is generically known as the cloud computing industry. By turning expensive storage and computing hardware into a billable service, it has opened up new vistas for entrepreneurs and made corporations rethink how they build and […]

Research and Markets: Select the Right Cloud Infrastructure Service Partner

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Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/a486c9/select_the_right_c) has announced the addition of Info-Tech Research Group’s new report "Select the Right Cloud Infrastructure Service Partner" to their offering. This Info-Tech Research Group product combines actionable insight and relevant advice. Our practical approach is designed to have a clear and measurable impact on your organizations bottom line. With cloud hype […]

Open Source Zenoss 3.0 Simplifies IT Infrastructure Monitoring, Adds Automation and Virtualization Management Capabilities

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Zenoss Inc., the corporate sponsor of Zenoss Core, today announced the general availability of Zenoss Core 3.0 under the GNU General Public License (V2). Fueled by the 85,000-member Zenoss community, the newest release features an updated user interface to improve usability giving users a complete view of all IT infrastructure — physical, virtual and cloud […]

Zenoss Showcasing Core Project at OSCON

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Zenoss Inc., an open source provider of enterprise IT service assurance products for physical, virtual, and cloud-based IT environments, today announced that it is participating in a number of events at the Open Source Convention (OSCON) in Portland, Oregon from July 19-23. Mark Hinkle, VP of Community, will be participating in two panel sessions on […]

VMware Project Redwood = Dead Wood? Asks Citrix

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It’s widely acknowledged that the combined ingenuity of the Amazon Web Service team and the creative and fast-moving Xen community led to the creation of the first Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Cloud – Amazon EC2 – as far back as 2006. So it has been interesting to see VMware attempt to co-opt the concept […]

Today’s New Virtualization Related Community Videos – July 2nd, 2010

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The following new community virtualization related videos were just added to the DABCC Community Videos section! CloudSwitch Launches Enterprise Edition Managing VMware from your iPad Red Hat Real Technology Lesson 12 Being Safe with Extra Server Space The goal of the DABCC Community Videos section is to allow you to find the latest and greatest […]

Eucalyptus Enabling Private Clouds, Launches 2.0 and New Partner Program

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It is a hectic and exciting week in the Enterprise and Cloud Computing space. With no less then 5 events happening in the Bay Area many companies have announcements about their companies and product lines. Amazon Web Services, Rackspace, and all the other public cloud providers are doing a great job to educate the market […]

Friday Cloud Poetry: “On the Bullshit That is False Cloud”

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I was inspired to write this given the latest round of marketing being tended to by Amazon Web Services in their renewed campaign to convince Enterprises CIO’s that their server-hugging IT teams are luddites and interested in nothing more than boat anchoring the success of their companies to some desperate need to buy legacy kit. The “public-all-or-nothing” […]

Structure 2010: Is There a Hybrid Cloud in Your Future?

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There are public clouds like Amazon’s EC2, and private clouds run by many large institutions that exist behind firewalls, but some networking and storage experts believe that the big opportunity for infrastructure companies and service providers in the future will be in finding ways of blending the private and public, or creating bridges between the […]

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