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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Ken Robson tagged virtualisation

Virtualization of enterprise computing systems and resources can dramatically improve service delivery while reducing capital costs. To take full advantage of virtualization, enterprises need the ability to manage this new technology without operational costs going through the roof.

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Modern CPUs from both Intel and AMD contain a hardware execution layer called a hypervisor. The hypervisor is a hardware speedup mechanism what allows modern-day virtualization software to operate at very near stand-alone speeds, as if it were only runnin

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Scalr is a fully redundant, self-curing and self-scaling hosting environment utilizing Amazon's EC2.

It allows you to create server farms through a web-based interface using prebuilt AMI's for load balancers (pound or nginx), app servers (apache, others)

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Breaking the Performance Barrier: Shared I/O in virtualization platforms has come a long way, but performance concerns remain.

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When it comes to migrating physical servers to virtual machines, many IT pros have found getting there is not half the fun. Too often, the conversion process is more frustrating, confusing and time-consuming than it needs to be. The time and resources req

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My loyal readers will remember that last month, I mentioned the following:

Our own benchmarks at Unisys have indicated that the CPU time per I/O can be between 4-6 times greater with virtualization than on the raw metal.1

So, what's behind this increase

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Do you remember when I published the article "Xen vs. VMware - The Battle of the Brands"? I am certain that you have that article printed out, on your desk and thoroughly covered with coffee cup stains. That is always the sign of a good article. Well, in

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Virtualization has come of age, and is rising to a place of prominence in a growing majority of production environments. According to a research report by the Enterprise Management Association ā€œVirtualization: Exposing the Intangible Enterpriseā€ (July

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Before virtualization came around, IT departments typically had a process in place to account for department chargebacks when it came time for billing departments for computer resource consumption. Now, many of those systems just don't make a whole lot of

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