Blogs to watch: Blade Watch

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Blade Watch is a good blog to watch. Martin MacLeod covers topics of interest to the data center, such as virtualization, and, of course, blades. His links are mostly to the same trade journals as the rest of us but he has managed to catch some articles that slipped through the cracks, and he also Read more...

More Application Agnosticism from Scott Lowe

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Scott Lowe identifies an important point about virtualization on the desktop — it’s much more about host-guest interactions than server virtualization. Very true. Scott also makes the point that the Mac, by virtue of its architecture, is the best suited to take advantage of that kind of componentized interaction. Maybe, although if the integration happens Read more...

virtualization.info: Improve software development department efficiency with VMware

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Link: virtualization.info: Improve software development department efficiency with VMware. The most popular and oldest product from VMware is also the most important in the whole solution chain: Workstation. Workstation offers a wide range of features able to address the largest part of mentioned problems in software development. The probability a software engineer tries it and Read more...

CompFusion: Buckle up!

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Fusion developer Régis Duchesne on our new Mac virtualization beta response and how to run headless virtual machines on the Mac (without any UI). Link: CompFusion: Buckle up!. The corollary feature is that if you want to start a virtual machine headless in Fusion, all you have to do is open it up in the Read more...

Fusion Feedback and Fixes – Infusion: The Fruit of Eris

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Fusion developer Ben Gertzfield gathers together some of today’s links to the new Fusion beta and goes over some FAQs. Remember, all the cool kids are hanging out at the VMTN Fusion beta forum. Link: Fusion Feedback and Fixes – Infusion: The Fruit of Eris I just wanted to point out a few of the Read more...