Hypervisor Huddle podcast roundup: VMware-related news and interviews

Our archive page for SearchVMware.com's biweekly podcast, the Hypervisor Huddle. tune in to stay up to date on VMware happenings in the virtualization space.


Join site editor Hannah Drake, news writer Bridget Botelho and various special guests as we talk about current happenings in the virtualization space.

Using the play buttons below, you can listen to each podcast online. Or you can right-click on the links to download the podcasts to your PC or MP3 player.

Don't want to miss a podcast? Subscribe to the Hypervisor Huddle on iTunes. The feed also includes sister site SearchServerVirtualization.com's weekly newscast about virtualizaiton news, "This Week in Virtualization."

30 percent of VMware users also using Hyper-V, XenServer

President and chief analyst of Focus Barb Goldworm discusses the key findings from Focus's latest study. Talking points include disaster recovery now leading as number one reason for virtaulization adoption; four percent of the 262 survey respondents having no plans at all to virtualize; 30 percent of surveyed VMware users also using Hyper-V, XenServer or an open-source flavor of Xen in test or production and more.

30 percent of VMware users also using Hyper-V, XenServer

VMware talks overall focus; calls Hyper-V R2 a 'nonevent'

Special guest VMware Director of Product Marketing John Gilmartin talk about VMware's overall strategy, VMware's stance on competitive features in Hyper-V R2 and more.

VMware talks overall focus; calls Hyper-V R2 a 'nonevent'

VMware lures Virtual Iron users with 40% discount, goes after SMB market

Hear special guest Eric Siebert discuss VMware's offer to Virtual Iron customers, whether or not VMware is fated to become the next Novell and more.

VMware lures Virtual Iron users with 40% discount, goes after SMB market

VMware vSphere licensing; high availability in Hyper-V R2; Oracle acquires Sun

With special guest Edward Haletky. Topics include VMware's vSphere licensing structure, service and support contracts, the differences between Enterprise and Enterprise Plus, Hyper-V R2's inclusion of High Availability and VMotion-like capabilities and whether or not this will affect VMware's market share, and Oracle's acquisition of Sun.

VMware vSphere licensing; high availability in Hyper-V R2; Oracle acquires Sun

This was first published in September 2009
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