Virtualization news Roundup 2015/05/11


Oracle Enhances Desktop Virtualization, Expands Storage Options

Oracle (NASDAQ: ORCL) has announced updates to its desktop
 virtualization portfolio, releasing new versions of three key products: Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.4, Sun Ray Software 5.3 and Oracle Virtual ...
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6 Common Desktop Virtualization Mistakes
InformationWeek
By Paul McDougall InformationWeek With the majority of enterprises expected to move off Windows XP over the next couple of years and onto Windows 7 or Windows 8, both of which offer built-in support for desktop
 virtualization, many companies will soon ...
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VMware: Virtualize the rest of the data center
ITworld.com
May 10, 2012, 3:37 PM — The server has been
 virtualized, now it's time for the rest of the data center - including the network - to catch up. That's the message form VMware at this year's Interop, as the company seeks to ensure it remains a major ...
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MIT Business School Grapples With Virtualization
PCWorld
By Tim Greene, NetworkWorld MIT's Sloan School of Management has embraced
 virtualizeddesktops as a way to meet user needs and streamline operations, but the IT staff accepts that finding just the right mix of hardware and software is an ongoing ...
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Oracle Enhances Desktop Virtualization Portfolio With New Releases
MarketWatch (press release)
Today, Oracle announced Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.4, Sun Ray Software 5.3 and Oracle Virtual Desktop Client 3.1, which are part of Oracle's desktop
 virtualization portfolio. -- These products provide users access to their personal desktop ...
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Promoting Virtualization Diversity
Channel Insider
One assumption that is often made about desktop
 virtualization is that whatever is on the back end of the solution is going to be from the same vendor on the front end. But it turns out that right now the most popular desktop virtualization combination ...
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What's Next From VMware: CTO Steve Herrod
InformationWeek
By Charles Babcock InformationWeek
 Virtualization has emerged as a new and critical point of control over the data center. The more of the data center that gets virtualized, including networking and storage, the more critical the virtualization ...
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VMware: Virtualize the Rest of the Datacenter
CIO India
The server has been
 virtualized, now it's time for the rest of the data center - including the network - to catch up. That's the message form VMware at this year's Interop, as the company seeks to ensure it remains a major enterprise IT player while ...
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Citrix boosts VDI offering, talks up cloud-based future at Synergy confab
Computerworld
Desktop
 virtualization is one of the main themes at the event as the company provides its take on how enterprises can best deal with the challenge of managing desktops and applications in a new mobile-centric world. Project Avalon will allow ...
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Citrix and the mobile enterprise
ZDNet (blog)
Citrix started out as an access
 virtualization company. It offered a way for applications to execute back in a data center and for people to be able to use it from their desktop and laptop systems regardless of where they were.
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