VMware hosts a San Francisco conference focused on the multi-OS software technology that's all the rage.
Parallels making virtualization jump to servers
A company whose virtualization software lets Windows programs run on Mac OS X will soon make the move to the more demanding server market.
September 13, 2007
VMware dangles next-gen virtualization goodies
EMC subsidiary demonstrates future crash-proofing technology that lets one machine take over where another left off, plus other pies in the virtual sky. September 13, 2007
Sun christens its Xen-based virtualization xVM
xVM will be built into the Linux-like version of Solaris, Project Indiana, due around March. September 13, 2007
VMware: Not just hypervisor revenue
More than 80 percent of VMware income comes from higher-level tools, a move that gives the EMC subsidiary more breathing room against rivals. September 11, 2007
Jeos: Canonical's virtualization-specific Ubuntu Linux
Canonical hopes its Jeos--"just enough operating system"--will be used as a foundation to package software for virtual machines. September 11, 2007
VMware buys virtual-machine management firm
Dunes Technologies' virtual-machine automation tools will become part of VMware's management portfolio. September 11, 2007
Standard coming to virtualization format
Virtualization and server companies are cooperating to standardize the format used to save virtual machine images to disk. September 10, 2007
A feature of the hardware, not the OS?
Virtualization companies, unwilling to see core products become a mere operating system feature, are signing deals to build them into hardware.
September 10, 2007
Microsoft aims at VMware's virtualization lead
New application considered first major effort to cut into lead held by VMware, which recently went public in the hottest tech IPO in years.
September 6, 2007