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Antivirus software has good intentions of protecting your environment, but sometimes can cause a hiccup in hypervisor performance.
Disabling multicast snooping is sometimes the only way to make sure cluster traffic is handled correctly in a KVM environment.
Each virtual machine running on a Windows guest operating system needs its own license. But Automatic Virtual Machine Activation can help activate them.
Citrix bought Virtual, a company that makes an ARM-based hypervisor for mobile app test and dev and boasts a who's who of security experts on its staff. The acquisition seems natural, but what will come out of it remains to be seen.
To deal with boot storms and other times of peak demand, your first instinct might be to over-provision resources, but there's a better way. A hybrid storage system is often cheaper and gives better performance.
Months after releasing Azure RemoteApp Service, Microsoft remains quiet on licensing and pricing details. What does this mean for enterprise IT?
Sysadmins need to ensure their Linux servers perform properly. Check out these tips for choosing the right tool for the job, preventing rootkit attacks and more.
There's a lot of hype about continuous deployment in DevOps circles, but it can be disastrous if the right culture and organization aren't in place.
GPUs offload the burden of demanding computational tasks from central processors. Integrate GPU into enterprise servers to manage intense computing.
Cloud experts are fighting to protect cloud's good name following the recent iCloud hack, but public opinion is not easily swayed. However, cloud may not be hackers' primary target -- for now.
Despite zooming ahead out of the gate, CloudStack is falling behind OpenStack in the open source competition. With IBM, HP, Red Hat and others behind OpenStack, is CloudStack really competing or simply lingering?
Rackspace rebuffed its suitors and opted to stay independent. What that means for the long-term stability of a company pushing managed cloud remains unclear.