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Security Virtualization Startup Raises $9.2 Million Series A

Bromium, emerging from stealth mode to develop technology in the areas of virtualization and security, has announced it has closed a $9.2 million series A round of funding with Andreessen Horowitz, Ignition Partners and Lightspeed Venture Partners. Founded by Gaurav …

Does Shift happen ?

Last week’s announcement of RHEL 6 Beta not including Xen anymore probably is the start of a new era in open source virtualization. While the signs were on the wall since RedHat acquired Qumranet it has never been more visible. …

Virtualization Security Startup HyTrust Launches With $5.5 Million In Series A Funding

HyTrust is entering the virtualization arena today with HyTrust Appliance, which serves as a central point of control, management and visibility for virtualized environments.

Citrix Open Sources VHD

Simon Crosby just posted a blog announcing that Citrix is Open Sourcing the VHD support , their implementation of the of the Microsoft VHD virtual hard disk format to the Xen community for inclusion in the open source code base. …

The Xen of Oracle, or was it the Oracle of Xen ?

The Xen Blog has the news that Oracle joined the Xen Advisory Board. “Having Oracle join the Xen Advisory Board is a significant milestone for the community and Xen hypervisor,” said Ian Pratt, founder of the xen project and …

Video: Interview Simon Crosby, CTO of XenSource – Citrix (VMworld 2008) part 2/2

In this second part of our video interview recorded at VMworld2008, the Citrix XenSource CTO denies that there is more than a ‘faboulous partnership’ between Microsoft and Citrix. In his typical outspoken style, Simon Crosby does not see his competitor VMware take of into the clouds with vaporware. He remains an advocate for open standards and finished by shining his light on Virtualization Security issues (aka VirtSec by the insiders).

Video: Interview Simon Crosby, CTO of XenSource – Citrix (VMworld 2008) part 1/2

This interview was recorded at VMWorld 2008 in Las Vegas and features Simon Crosby, CTO of XenSource (Citrix) onf the future of Virtualization in general and related security, networking and I/O in particular.

Phoenix Technologies Talks Up HyperSpace Hypervisor at IDF

Phoenix Technologies today announced that the first open demonstrations of Phoenix FailSafe, its anti-theft and data protection firmware-based product, and its embedded virtualization platform, Phoenix HyperSpace, is being held at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) August 19-21, 2008 in San Francisco.

Citrix Aims To Make Creation of Hypervisor-Independent Application Workloads Easier with Project Kensho

Citrix today announced “Project Kensho,” which will deliver Open Virtual Machine Format (OVF) tools that allow independent software vendors (ISVs) and enterprise IT managers to easily create hypervisor-independent, portable enterprise application workloads. These tools will allow application workloads to be imported and run across Citrix XenServer, Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V and VMware ESX environments.

Who Owns Virtualization Security? The Hoff/Crosby Debate

We’ve decided to cross-publish a blog post by Gregory Ness, VP of Marketing for Blue Lane Technologies, because we think it delivers a good insight in the whole Hoff/Crosby debate about virtualization security (virtsec, if you will).

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