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On Demand PC Provisioning and Server Virtualization

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In the eWEEK InfraSpectrum podcast, Peter Coffee discusses with tech leaders the displacement of conventional PC and server deployment by on-demand PC provisioning and server virtualization. (Podcast #60)

The Real Boot Camp Lesson: Moving Beyond the OS

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Opinion: Dual-boot machines are still clunky, but portend an interesting future in which virtualization frees applications from operating systems.

Storage Networking World Offerings Target Customers Pain Points

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Updated: Vendors at Storage Networking World are showing off a bevy of wares geared toward stressed-out customers in need of better data protection.

Penguin Computing Grows Virtualization Capabilities

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New Scyld ClusterWare will let administrators run multiple Linux platforms in a single cluster.

LinuxWorld Hints of Business to Come

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News Analysis: Quiet but key moves in the desktop, database and virtualization fields suggest that LinuxWorld has become, first and foremost, a business trade show.

Virtually Speaking at LinuxWorld

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Opinion: Why is virtualization the big early news from LinuxWorld? Because enterprises want to implement it sooner than later and Microsoft is all too aware of this trend.

Virtual Iron, XenSource Nibble at VMware

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Projects such as Xen and OpenVZ bring the open-source community to the forefront of the issue.

VMwares Greene: OS-Based Virtualization Reduces Freedom of Choice

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Q&A: Open source is important for virtualization expansion, but the technology must be separate from the operating system, says the company's president.

Vendors, Customers Should Set Xen Standards High

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Opinion: A specter of vendor-introduced incompatibilities looms, but an appropriate level of Xen standardization will carry the day.

Altiris Virtually Resolves Application Conflict

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Review: Altiris' Software Virtualization Solution makes app conflicts a thing of the past.

Virtuozzo for Linux 3.0 a Virtualization Virtuoso

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Review: SWsoft's Virtuozzo for Linux 3.0 delivers solid consolidation and utilization benefits-while providing some very slick management options-by virtualizing at the operating system level.

Azul Prepares 48-Core Processor

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The Vega 2 chip, scheduled for release in 2007, will double the number of cores in the company's current offering.

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