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Xen Pushes Paravirtualization

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Tech Analysis: Virtualization software project must iron out code issues.

Data Goes the Distance with WANs

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Disaster recovery and business continuity are becoming priority projects for IT departments. However, managers need to do their homework before diving into the busy WAN replication market.

Server-Based Platforms Get Boost

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Thin-client vendors roll out tools to spur adoption of server-based architectures.

The Rise of the Virtual Machines

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OS virtualization can ease management tasks but offers other challenges.

Appro Plans On-Demand Supercomputing for Petroleum Industry

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The company's Compute on Demand Center in Houston will enable businesses to access large amounts of compute power for their compute-intensive applications without having to buy more systems.

Embarcadero Clusterizes Its ETL Tool

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Embarcadero is answering the clustering craze, putting out an update to DT/Studio that's been re-architected in its design piece, its engine and its management console.

Microsoft Takes Short-Sighted Approach to On-Demand CRM

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Opinion: Microsoft's decision not to offer on-demand CRM is very much in character, but still short-sighted. It will have to reckon with the customer interest in on-demand business applications sooner than it thinks.

Microsoft Plays Catch-Up with Nimble On-Demand Rivals

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Microsoft has walked into a swarm of nimble on-demand rivals as it makes its first tentative steps into the realm of on-demand application services.

SANRAD Grabs for Virtualized iSCSI SAN Market

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The company's new SAN supports third-party iSCSI arrays and systems for all major companies, giving it the flexibility of Fibre Channel.

Oh No, Not Another Web Portal

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Opinion: Microsoft's newest shared-source project, Business Portal Lite, is torn from the tech headlines of 1997.

Fabric7 Servers Create Dynamic IT

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"Fabric computing architecture" allows data center resources to be shared according to business needs without interfering with the ongoing operations.

Virtual Iron Updates Virtualization Software

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Virtual Iron Version 2.0 supports AMD's Opteron processor and IBM's BladeCenter blade server environments.

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