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BMC Begins Virtual Initiative

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BMC Software this week at VMworld in Las Vegas will finally weigh in as a late entrant in the virtualization race with a full range of automated provisioning and control offerings.

Study Shows Enterprises Favor Concurrent-User Software Licenses

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Enterprises prefer concurrent-user software licenses over per-processor licenses despite the recent advent of multicore processors, according to a new study.

Microsoft Virtualization Policy Intrigues Users

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Attendees at the SoftSummit 2005 conference think Microsoft's virtual machine licensing policy is a good initiative, but they looked closely to see where the strings might be attached.

IBM to Roll Out New Virtualization Tools

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IBM's new partner program and offerings are designed to reduce complexity.

Envisioning a Grid Future

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Opinion: Expectations will be high for grid computing. Will it live up to the hype?

Sun Invites Support for Sun Grid

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The vendor is rolling out a partner program for ISVs and a community program for developers.

GridWorld Encourages Enterprise Adoption

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Reporter's Notebook: "Join the club," grid advocates say, as they offer newcomers to the technology hardware, software and advice.

Microsoft Hones High-Performance Offering

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Microsoft officials know they have some catching up to do if they intend to lure customers away from Linux, which dominates the HPC world.

IT Departments Thinking Big About Disaster Recovery

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Opinion: The latest storms are forcing IT deparments to take a big-picture view of business continuity.

Altiris System Curbs App Conflicts

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Altiris is bringing the weight of its experience as a desktop management provider to application virtualization.

DataSynapse Cloaks the Middle Tier with Grid Fabric

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DataSynapse has taken the grid concept to the application layer, releasing software designed to lift transactional workloads in order to grid-enable existing infrastructures predominantly comprised of the J2EE stack, the company announced at GridWorld.

IBM, Univa to Pump Globus Grid Apps into Servers

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IBM has partnered with Univa - the Red Hat of the grid - world to deliver commercially supported grid infrastructure software from the Globus Consortium, the companies announced at the GridWorld conference.

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