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Video interview with George Kurian, Vice President and General Manager of the Application Delivery Business Unit at Cisco (Part 2/2)

In this second part of our interview with George Kurian, he explains about the capabilities of VFrame; being Cisco’s system’s management and provisioning that is aimed at the virtualized network and helps to put the virtual puzzle together. Cisco recognizes the data center as a heterogeneous multivendor environment and plans to supports 3rd party technologies in the future. Cisco sees the notion of what a computer is today, getting truly blended closely with the network as interconnect speeds go up dramatically over the next two to three years.

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Video interview with George Kurian, Vice President and General Manager of the Application Delivery Business Unit at Cisco (Part 1/2)

In this first part of our interview with George Kurian at Cisco’s headquarters we get to know how Cisco looks at Virtualization in the datacenter from

DiscCloud Launches Virtual Appliance for Mac OS X

DiscCloud today announced the release of the DiscCloud Virtual Appliance, the world's first desktop virtualization platform designed for Mac OS X clients. With DiscCloud, Mac desktops can be

Release: CentOS 5.2, Free Red Hat Enterprise Linux Clone

The CentOS development team has released CentOS 5.2, which is based on and promises full compatibility for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5.2. Available


ScaleMP vSMP Foundation Standalone Now Supports Supermicro SuperBlade Server Platform

ScaleMP today announced the expansion of its vSMP Foundation Standalone software product line to support the Supermicro SuperBlade server platform. Using its virtualization technology, ScaleMP

KVM-65 Released, Supports S390 Architecture

KVM-65 was released today. The most interesting feature in this release is support for the S/390 architecture, more specifically, the System z9 line of

Gartner: Virtualization Wave To Cause Huge Market Disruption And Consolidation Through 2012

Gartner says virtualization will be the highest-impact trend changing infrastructure and operations through 2012.

From the press release (emphasis ours):
"Virtualization will transform

Looking Back At A Decade of Open Source Virtualization

Will 2008 become the "Virtual Year"? That's what some people would have us believe now that the virtualization hype is reaching never before seen heights, and large acquisitions &

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