British virtualisation reseller Nebulas Solutions has developed a system that allows enterprises to automatically provision virtual services in an attempt to smooth out traffic spikes.
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Virtualisation specialist Vizioncore has developed a management tool based on Microsoft's PowerShell scripting language.
Only a small percentage of the Internet supports the emerging protocol IPv6 despite the technology being mandated by the US government.
Ingres has strengthened its agreement with Alfresco by using the open-source content management company as a partner for Ingres's new Icebreaker Enterprise Content Management (ECM) Appliance.
We've had virtual storage, virtual machines and virtual data centres now VMware is looking to the next frontier: the virtual mobile phone.
Veeam has upgraded its VMware disaster recovery software to allow customers to use it in conjunction with ESX, ESXi and ESXi free. In addition, the software also offers fast-file recovery for Linux.
Most IT managers do not understand what is meant by 'the cloud', according to research from hosting company Rackspace.
There's life in legacy Cobol applications yet. A new offering from Micro Focus will enable companies to use applications written in the language within cloud computing environments.
IBM has teamed up with Ubuntu and Virtual Bridges to offer a virtualised version of the popular Lotus Notes software. The companies claimed that users would be able to experience significant savings compared to a Windows-based machine.
VMware has introduced View 3, the updated version of its virtual data infrastructure (VDI) offering. The company claimed that the new product would reduce desktop storage demands by as much as 70 per cent.
Years of in-fighting over the DNSSEC standard have left Internet users unnecessarily exposed to malware.
IBM has joined the companies jostling for position in the cloud computing space. The company has announced a variety of offerings that it claimed would allow users to better manager data and make collaboration easier.
It's a pressing problem; how can data centers be made more energy efficient when managers often have little idea as to the true environmental cost of running their data centers.
NEC and Unisys have revealed the first fruits of their research collaboration by launching a high-end server.
Red Hat is set to demonstrate heavy Oracle applications running on a virtualized environment at next week's VMWorld. The company also aims to perform a live migration during the demo, claiming to complete the migration much quicker than can any of its competitors.