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Prepping IT As A Service For 2020 – VMware Virtualization & Cloud At LSI AIS 2013

Ray O’Farrell of VMware’s cloud infrastructure R&D took the stage for Thursday’s LSI AIS 2013 opening keynote to show the current correlation of virtualization and cloud, and how it would extend to IT in 2020 as a faster, more efficient and multifaceted service compared to the present day. The estimated numbers were quite staggering, especially considering the projections were only …

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Tegile’s Second-Generation Zebi OS Software Offers Better VM-Aware Reporting & Management Features In Latest Release

Tegile Systems has announced the second-generation of its Zebi OS that provides better and deeper integration with VMware and Microsoft and even greater usability through an improved user interface. Tegile’s software simplifies administration and optimizes storage for various applications including virtualization, file services and databases. This latest software release offers powerful management tools and features that deliver improved visibility into …

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Tegile, Cisco, And VMware Joint Reference Architecture Now Officially Certified For Efficient Deployment Of VDI Desktops

Tegile Systems today announced that its joint reference architecture with Cisco Systems and VMware has been added to the VMware View Rapid Desktop Program and is now certified as a proven configuration that enables the fast and easy deployment of VDI desktops. The goal of the Rapid Desktop Program is to accelerate the adoption of VMware View solutions by enabling …

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QLogic Releases Mt. Rainier Server Side SSD Caching Achieving A New Summit For SAN Storage

QLogic, known for their enterprise storage infrastructure solutions, has announced the release of their Mt. Rainier SSD caching technology. Mt. Rainier is a targeted solution meant to accelerate SAN performance while at the same time simplifying deployment of SSD caching in servers. Interestingly, the caching solution will not only be transparent to server side applications, but to the OS as …

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