SAP support for production Windows apps in VI

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Today we announced that SAP is now providing support for their Windows applications in production on VMware. Here’s further commentary from our new SAPsolutions blog: Link:SAP and VMware: Global Technology Partners. Support for Windows in production!. We are very happy to be able to announce this news. The negotiations took some time to complete because Read more...

VMware Infrastructure 3 version 3.5 out the door

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[Updated below] We’re very proud to announce that VMware Infrastructure 3 version 3.5 [warning: sound] is now generally available. ESX Server 3.5, VirtualCenter 2.5, VMware Consolidated Backup 1.1  VMware Infrastructure SDK 2.5.0 Guest SDK 3.5.0 VMware Infrastructure Remote CLI A number of upgraded tools, including VMware License Server, CPU Compatibility Tool, and a number of Read more...

Kusnetzky on virtualization velocity and (r)evolution

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Dan Kusnetzky, who has a blog here: Virtually Speaking on ZDNet, has written a number of thought pieces with his consulting/analyst hat over here: Recent Publications from the Kusnetzky Group at his website. He’s usually exploring the interface between the technology of virtualization and operationalization in a business process. I like this recent one: Virtualization: Read more...

New blog roundup

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New blogs of interest, soon to be at a Planet V12n near you. First three new blogs from VMware: Virtualization for SAP Solutions Welcome to the ‘Virtualization for SAP Solutions’ Blog SAP administrators tell us they are worried about potential delays and budget over-runs. By putting everything into a virtual infrastructure, you can be sure Read more...

VMjuggler – pong for your virtualization demos

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Contrary to what some virtualization vendors have said, zero-downtime migration is a business-critical feature that can completely change your IT processes and enable completely new capabilities — look at DRS and the new Distributed Power Management. VMware’s VMotion is also rock solid. Richard Garsthagen recently released a little demo app called VMJuggler that demonstrates this Read more...