Tag / VMworld Europe 2009

  • Today VMware announced new collaboration with Intel Corporation to deliver the VMware Client Virtualization Platform (CVP) as a new product that will be part of the VMware View suite of desktop virtualization products. According to the press-release, the upcoming Client Hypervisor requires Intel vPro: VMware CVP is a bare-metal client hypervisor optimized to run on […]

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  • Today I attended the self-paced Cisco Nexus 1000V hands-on lab. The Nexus 1000V is a Distributed Virtual Switch, available for the upcoming next version of ESX(i). The Nexus 1000V switch is a pure software implementation of a Cisco Nexus switch. It resides on a server and integrates with the hypervisor to deliver VN-Link virtual machine-aware network […]

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  • Due to the fact that there are tons of bloggers actively blogging the keynote speech of today (Gabrie is doing a  good job for example), I’ve decided to post the first pics of the keynote: Maurizio Carleo: Paul Maritz: Keynote of Paul is EXACTLY the same as yesterday’s partnerday keynote (until now).

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  • February 23, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    VMworld Europe 2009: first impressions

    Today my co-blogger Matthijs and I arrived in Cannes. On this first day we already have talked to a lot of interesting people like: Eric Sloof, Viktor van den Berg, Joep Piscaer, Arnim van Lieshout, Jason Boche, Steve Beaver, Virtual Karen, Christiaan Roeleveld, Gabrie van Zanten, Doug Hazelman and many more. Already we have discussed topics like […]

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  • February 19, 2009 - Sven Huisman

    Free software: Third Brigade VM Protection

    I received some information from a company called Third Brigade today. The mail was marked as spam, but when I read it, I thought it was quiet interesting (because they offered free software off course). Traditional network security controls and virtual security applications cannot provide sufficient protection for virtualised and cloud computing servers. But Third […]

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