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VMware demo reveals ESX 4.0 features

In Las Vegas, virtualization software maker says hypervisor update enables users to change RAM allocated to virtual machines sans reboot, configure them with up to eight virtual CPUs.

By September 17, 2008


Novell, VMware push virtual appliances on Suse Linux

A new partnership aims to help software companies develop Suse Linux Enterprise-based virtual appliances that are tailored to VMware's ESX platform.

By February 25, 2009


Symantec, VMware team up for disaster recovery

The security and virtualization vendors will provide support for mutual customers using VMware ESX and Veritas Cluster Server.

By December 10, 2008


VMware and the GPL: Round two

The question of whether VMware ESX Server violates the terms of the GPL has again raised its head.

By August 8, 2008


VMware: Don't shut down that virtual machine

Customers who turned off virtual machines running VMware ESX 3.5 Update 2 were unable to turn them back on due to a licensing flaw. But the company has posted a patch.

By August 13, 2008


Virtualization: A feature of the hardware, not the OS?

The original version of this story misidentified one of partners using VMware ESX Server 3i. Read the updated story here.

By September 11, 2007


VMware to test new high-end product

ESX Server 3.0 beta due to go to 2,700 testers, but final product likely to arrive months later than expected.

By February 10, 2006


VMware upgrades data center software, ambitions

Beta tests begin on ESX Server 3 and VirtualCenter 2, two products aiming to advance the virtualization trend.

By October 17, 2005


IBM to promote VMware with blades

Big Blue will bundle a six-month evaluation version of VMware's ESX Server product and other software with its blade servers.

By March 22, 2005


Ingram deal expands VMware distribution

Ingram Micro, the largest distributor of computing products to retailers, computer makers and other businesses, has signed a deal to include VMware's software in its portfolio, the companies will announce Tuesday. VMware makes software that lets servers or workstations run several operating systems simultaneously, a feature useful for quickly testing software on different systems or separating one server task from another. Ingram Micro will distribute VMware's Workstation and GSX Server products, both of which run on top of a host operating system. The higher-performance and more expensive ESX server, which VMware sells directly to customers, doesn't use a host operating system.

By June 24, 2002