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New 64-bit ARM processors are better equipped to support virtualization than before, but not all workloads are good candidates for the technology.
Reports of clouds abound, but true clouds are hard to come by. Turns out, many don't know what separates virtualization vs. cloud. We're here to help.
Live Storage Migration eliminates the downtime associated with moving VM files from one storage location to another and helps improve performance.
VDI storage has long been a challenge for virtual desktop admins, but inline deduplication is changing all that.
With VM snapshots, you can make one desktop VM into many. Just watch out for performance when snapshotting in a virtual desktop environment.
Virtual desktop pools make management easier, but you have to plan for them and remember that the way you create pools depends on your VDI platform.
The latest backup battery monitoring services can prevent outages and extend battery life. Plus, they take power monitoring off IT's task list.
Hardware, virtualization, public and private cloud are all converging and need to be managed as one environment. Enter Red Hat's Open Hybrid Cloud.
A Red Hat Summit talk on database and mainframe modernization highlights urgency, need for agility in enterprise development teams.
PaaS made headlines last week, but it's still difficult to gauge the true level of interest in Platform as a Service in the enterprise world.
IBM's SoftLayer buy is getting mixed reviews from IT pros, but everyone agrees that it's an example of the consolidation phase of the cloud bubble.
A cloud migration seems daunting but the effort is worthwhile; U.S. defense agencies say their cloud move led to better military intelligence.