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The virsh edit command offers more options than the basic ones offered by Virtual Machine Manager when it comes to storage.
Author Emad Benjamin introduces the different types of large-scale Java platforms in this chapter and details the four key requirements for them.
VMware's DRS helps organizations better utilize resources and can prevent resource contention, but DRS load balancing doesn't always work as expected.
A new tool from Spoon virtualizes any browser and streams it from the Web, which helps cut through some of the more annoying app demands.
While journeying through your virtual desktop migration, two important steps are to ensure VDI uptime and data availability -- especially on the go.
Before you deploy VDI, you need to take stock of your applications, how often they're used, and how users access them. Plus, make a long-term plan.
Wondering how your IT vendor's movement into cloud and mobility will impact your IT strategy? Ask them during our #TechCIT Tweet Chat on March 13.
Hardware and software advances, like flash memory technology, are changing the way tiered storage is used in the enterprise.
OpenLDAP configuration isn't for the faint of heart. LDAP pros weigh in on what you should and shouldn't do when deploying the directory server.
Google will throw down the gauntlet for Amazon Web Services this year with new two new features in Google Compute Engine, industry sources said.
VMware's vCloud Hybrid Service ramps up with more to come, as the company seeks to integrate private and public clouds for enterprise workloads.
A new Cloud Foundry foundation provokes debate about the fate of OpenStack-based PaaS efforts.