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SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 Platform Goes Virtual

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Novell rolls out "the platform for the open enterprise" at its BrainShare conference, touting its integrated Xen virtualization environment.

Sun to Open Public Portion of Grid

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The public portion of Sun's hosted grid computing service allows anyone with an Internet connection to access thousands of CPUs.

Red Hat Admits Virtual Holdup in Linux Kernel

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The vendor says its attempts to add Xen virtualization technology to the Linux kernel won't bear fruit any time soon.

Softricity Proves ROI on Virtualization

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The software virtualization vendor seeks to prove its claims when it releases a new calculator designed to show how its offering can reduce cost of ownership.

Whats in Store for Virtualization

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Analysis: The developing N-Port ID Virtualization spec will make it possible to create and manage storage links.

Sun Ultra 40 Is a Powerhouse

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Review: Sun Microsystems' latest 64-bit AMD Opteron-based workstation is ideal for performance-intensive applications, grid computing and software development.

Virtualization Moves Beyond Servers

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At the Intel Developer Forum, Intel and other vendors reveal plans to extend virtualization technology to other parts of the infrastructure.

Suns McNealy Stumps for Utility Computing

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Sun chief Scott McNealy warns that having a melting pot of proprietary architectures is a problem and buying computing services as a utility is the solution.

FEC Moves Server Functions to Utility Model

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The Federal Election Commission inks a five-year deal with Savvis to migrate its IT infrastructure to a virtualized system of remotely managed services.

Tangosol Delivers New Data Grid System

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At the Web Services/SOA on Wall Street show, Tangosol releases an upgrade of its distributed data management, clustered caching and data-intensive grid computing solution for mission-critical, enterprise Java technology applications.

NetApp Jumps into Disk-to-Disk Race

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Review: NetApp's NearStore VTL600 adds capable virtual tape library systems to its storage repertoire.

IBM Recruiting ISVs, Partners to SAAS

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IBM is offering technical and marketing incentives to ISVs and channel partners to use IBM hosting facilities to support software-as-a-service applications.

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