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A Comparison of PowerVM and x86-Based Virtualization Performance
Virtualization technologies allow IT organizations to consolidate workloads running on multiple operating systems and software stacks, and allocate platform

x86 virtualization  Comparison of PowerVM and x86-Based Virtualization Performance Virtualization technologies allow IT organizations to consolidate workloads running on multiple operating systems and software stacks, and allocate platform resources dynamically to meet specific business and application requirements. This paper discusses the advantages of virtualization, highlights IBM PowerVM, and analyzes the performance of virtualization technologies using industry-standard benchmarks. Read More

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Virtualization Strategy for Midsized Businesses
In these challenging times, midsized businesses need to simplify IT infrastructure and reduce costs. Yet, with diverse storage, server, and network requirements

x86 virtualization  a mix of different x86 servers and management systems. Virtualization is not just for large enterprises. It is a well-established technology that reduces hardware requirements, increases utilization of hardware resources, streamlines management and reduces energy consumption. Virtualization is most often implemented on x86 servers as either operating system (OS) virtualization or hypervisor-based virtual machines. OS virtualization uses a single instance of an operating system (such as Microsoft® Read More
Your Guide to OS Virtualization
Today’s information technology (IT) organizations are dealing with the consequences of exploding infrastructure complexity. At the root of the problem is

x86 virtualization  on a regular twoway x86 server. This high density equates to the fastest ROI of any virtualization solution. Manageability There is only a single OS to manage, maintain and license. Even if OS vendors forget they are managing the hardware below rather than the applications above, and change their licensing models, the management savings will make the extra licensing costs worthwhile. Application management may also be centralized and managed as a single instance. One update can patch multiple VEs on Read More
Analyst Take on SAPPHIRE 2013
With a very interesting book presentation on

x86 virtualization  software. HANA uses standard x86 hardware, Plattner said, listing IBM, Dell, HP, Fujtisu, Hitachi, and other original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) as proof. This is all based on Intel reference architecture. Myth: HANA doesn't support multitenancy. Guess what Business ByDesign runs in? Plattner asked. SuccessFactors? Ariba? His answer: Multitenancy. I know what I'm talking about because we bought one or two of these companies! Myth: Adopting HANA is disruptive to business. We do not change the Read More
How to Find the Right Virtualization Solution for You
Is scrambling to consolidate and virtualize your information systems department frazzling you and your hardware? Are management and infrastructure costs not as

x86 virtualization  Infrastructure via Virtualization , X86 Virtualization , Computing Virtualization , Virtualization Backup , Virtualization Recovery , Adopting Server Virtualization , Platform Virtualization , Open Source Virtualization , Virtualize IT Environment , Virtualization Process Abstracting , Virtualization Network , Virtualization Issues , Key Virtualization , Virtualization Software , Application Virtualization , Server Virtualization , Storage Virtualization , Rovides Virtualization Built , Virtualization Read More
Jumping On the Cloud Wagon? Pack Your Server Applications for the Trip.
Your company needs an approach to server-side application distribution and provisioning that is architected for the cloud and designed for IT, if it’s going to

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Mainframe2 Offers Interactive Graphics as a Service
Mainframe2, an innovative startup in cloud computing and browser-based application distribution, has announced its support of new NVIDIA-based cloud instances

x86 virtualization  Offers Interactive Graphics as a Service Mainframe2 , an innovative startup in cloud computing and browser-based application distribution, has announced its support of new NVIDIA -based cloud instances at Amazon Web Services ’ annual re:Invent 2013 conference. The Mainframe2 technology has been optimized specifically for the new G2 instance type, which features NVIDIA’s powerful GRID graphics processing units (GPUs). The new instance types, launched by AWS on EC2 last week, enable Read More
QlikView and the Cloud
The demand for and implementation of virtualization technologies internally within organizations in the last few years has revealed significant savings and

x86 virtualization  and the Cloud The demand for and implementation of virtualization technologies internally within organizations in the last few years has revealed significant savings and reduced risk for many businesses. Cloud is the next logical step beyond internal virtualization. This QlikView technology white paper discusses a variety of cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) options—and provides a deeper look at two significant cloud services. Read More
Will Intel Take a Loss on Each CPU, but Make It Up in Volume?
There are reports that Dell may buy AMD’s Spitfire chip. If the reports are true, then look for competition to produce lower prices.

x86 virtualization  announced backward compatibility with x86 applications - something Itanium will not have. (Note that neither product will be here until at least September 2000, and AMD's claim of x86 compatibility must be thoroughly verified once the product ships.) If the deal goes through, the psychological boost will be huge for AMD. They have been trying to break Intel's hold on Dell systems, at least partially, for quite some time. Michael Dell has publicly talked about reasons he has/had no plans to use AMD. But Read More
Oracle Releases Oracle Solaris 11.1
During its Openworld event, Oracle announced the release of Oracle Solaris 11.1 to deliver enhancements in features and performance.Some of the outstanding

x86 virtualization  for both SPARC and x86 processor-based servers, as well as extreme availability for mission critical applications. John Fowler, executive vice president of Systems, Oracle, made the following remarks: The Oracle Solaris engineering team has worked closely with the Oracle Database engineering team to deliver unique value that customers can only get from an Oracle solution. Oracle Solaris 11, Oracle’s SPARC T4 servers and our engineered systems—Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Exalogic Elastic Read More
Lowering Datacenter TCO through Virtualization
To dramatically lower datacenter costs and improve competitive advantage, IT organizations should start with an examination of the cost and competitive

x86 virtualization  Datacenter TCO through Virtualization To dramatically lower datacenter costs and improve competitive advantage, IT organizations should start with an examination of the cost and competitive-advantage drivers in their current infrastructure. Egenera has studied several Global 1000 organizations and uncovered similarities in their cost structures. Read More
FireScope
FireScope offers a cloud-based product that provides a single system of record for monitoring critical business services across the entire, global enterprise

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Automation and Virtualization Increase Utilization and Efficiency of J2EE Applications
As enterprise Java has become more and more pervasive, IT has used Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) technologies to build many of its most mission

x86 virtualization  and Virtualization Increase Utilization and Efficiency of J2EE Applications As enterprise Java has become more and more pervasive, IT has used Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) technologies to build many of its most mission-critical applications, typically over-provisioning hardware to guarantee performance—at an extremely high price. Hence, the goal of automation and virtualization software: to enable IT to provide applications at required service levels and reduced costs. Read More
Achieving Business Performance Goals through Virtualization Management Best Practices
Virtualization is changing the way system hardware is used, and the way desktop environments are delivered and how users interact with applications

x86 virtualization  Business Performance Goals through Virtualization Management Best Practices Virtualization is changing the way system hardware is used, and the way desktop environments are delivered and how users interact with applications. Virtualization can improve system use and reduce downtime—but there are significant inhibitors to a successful virtualization deployment. Find out why common virtual machine (VM) software is not enough to meet your business goals, and how a VMware solution can help you. Read More

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