New virtualization suite keeps the company ahead of the competition, president Diane Greene tells analysts.
New products from VMware and IBM make it easier to manage and monitor virtualized environments.
New IBM Tivoli software lets businesses meter and bill for resource use in virtualized environments.
Big Blue enhances its System Storage SAN Volume Controller to help companies move large amounts of data over greater distances at higher speeds and across a number of different platforms.
Updated: At WinHec, the software giant gives a timetable for hypervisor technology, and announces its intention to buy Softricity.
Sentral 5.0 brings enhancements to virtualized environments.
Competitors and analysts predict that the hypervisor will arrive too late with too little to offer.
At JavaOne, Sun unveils a host of programs to entice ISVs onto the public grid.
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Case Study: Goldman Sachs bucks tradition by opting for a drop-in, commercial clustering tool to handle its exponentially growing data.
Intel sees the opportunity to add capabilities to PCs using virtualization technology and software that would improve security and communications.
The new IBM software solution, Batch-on-Grid, virtualizes IT resources for faster batch processing.
At its Vision conference, Symantec rolls out a Data Center Foundation to replace the various IT infrastructure management wares that come with servers and storage.