Especially for midmarket customers focused on the up-front, kick-the-tires figure, FREE is a very attractive number.
The software maker has completed a final version of its Hyper-V technology, which is designed to handle virtualization tasks and competes with VMware.
Wind River has announced the availability of virtualization for embedded systems. This allows operating systems to be mixed on a multicore chip.
Company issues a broad test version of its Hyper-V technology, which is due to ship in final form within 180 days of the release of Windows Server 2008.
VMware is kicking the tires on an open-source hypervisor while its attention is mostly consumed with defining the next generation of virtualization.
Hyper-V for server virtualization is available on Wednesday as a "release candidate." Final delivery is set for August.
Virtualization company hopes to bring on its Apple Mac virtualization expertise software from the desktop to the server market. But do we need another hypervisor?
At one time, Red Hat had planned to ship an embedded KVM hypervisor based on Fedora. But the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor uses the RHEL 5.4 kernel and thereby picks up the same hardware verification portfolio
Microsoft's Xbox One home-entertainment console, available later this year, has ties to Windows 8 and Windows Azure.