eWeek IBM Explains Its Strategy for Software Defined Environments eWeek "The primary difference between our view (of software-defined anything), versus, say, VMware's view -- where VMware has been talking about the software-defined data center for...
Citrix edges VMware, Microsoft in VDI face-off Australian Techworld We feel that some of this may come from the fact that Citrix as a connection broker runs with and over several different hypervisor families, which is flexible, where VMware's...
Citrix's XenDesktop 7 available on Microsoft's Windows Azure ZDNet (blog) Citrix on Monday outlined that its latest XenDesktop 7 virtualization software will be available on Microsoft's Windows Azure cloud platform.
Business Cloud News Citrix Brings XenServer Back To Open-Source Community CRN Citrix Systems Tuesday said it has moved its XenServer virtualization technology to the open-source community and is now focused on providing management and support.
Computer News Middle East Microsoft releases Windows 8.1 Enterprise preview with VDI, Windows to Go support InfoWorld (blog) On Tuesday, Microsoft announced the preview version of Windows 8.1 for enterprises, bringing all of the functionality of...
Oracle will soon be announcing that it's discontinuing development of its Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, Sun Ray software and hardware, and Oracle Virtual Desktop Client product lines. (#Oracle to halt development of Sun virtualization technologies?
VMTurbo Takes Virtualization Management to New Levels BizTech Magazine Supported hypervisors include VMware vCloud Director and vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer and the open-source CloudStack.
PR Web (press release) Goliath Technologies Announces MonitorIT® Support for Citrix XenServer® 6.2 PR Web (press release) Goliath Technologies, the leading provider of powerful, self-service enabled solutions to monitor, analyze and proactively...
Searching for a new way to enable non-persistent VDI. Can we leapfrog ... Brian Madden (blog) In late 2012 I wrote two articles: Why even consider VDI? the VDI "Capex vs. Opex" see-saw and Do you have design principles for VDI?
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