VMsafe reactions: revolutionary, tantalizing, exciting, the right thing

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More reactions about the VMsafe program introduced at Wednesday’s VMworld Europe keynote. The reactions are good, especially considering most people haven’t seen the actual technology yet. I think everyone is very conscious that opening up access to the hypervisor layer must be done very, very carefully — but at the same time everyone seems to Read more...

VMworld session notes from Manlio Frizzi and Mike Laverick

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VMworld Europe party photo: mikkahoo Two bloggers just posted their detailed session notes from VMworld Europe 2008. Mike Laverick @ RTFM Education: VMworld Europe 2008: Day Three: Breakout Session: VDI and “High” Performance Printing VMworld Europe 2008: Day Three:  Breakout Session: Software Licensing Exposed VMworld Europe 2008: Day Three:  Breakout Session (SP23) Virtualizing SQL VMworld Read more...

Interview with VMware’s Bogomil Balkansky

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Tarry Singh (normally blogging at Virtualization for Everyone), here representing the newly-refurbished virtualization.com, continues his series of video interviews from VMworld Europe 2008. Be sure and check out Bogomil at about 9:00 minutes in where he answers the burning question: is the hypervisor becoming commodified? (I’ll give you a hint: he says no.  Bogomil spends Read more...

VMware Everywhere from VMware VP Steve Herrod

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VMware VP Steve Herrod on why our announcements about OEM shipments of ESX Server 3i are important.  Link: VMware Everywhere from Virtually There: Steve Herrod’s Blog. A hardware-centric philosophy VMware has always believed that virtualization should be integrated into hardware, always there to enable the computing resources’ full power and capabilities. This hardware-centric philosophy differs Read more...