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VMware Debuts vSphere 4.1 in Major Cloud Push

VMware has taken the wraps off of vSphere 4.1, the latest iteration of its virtualization management software, offering support for far-ranging cloud-based infrastructures.

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OpenSolaris Governing Board Threatens Dissolution

The OpenSolaris governing board has issued an ultimatum to Oracle to either nominate contact persons for the developer community or the governing board will dissolve itself...

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Amazon Adds Support for Traditional HPC Workloads With Cluster Compute Instance

Today Amazon CTO Werner Vogels announced on his blog that Amazon EC2 has added what it is calling Cluster Compute instances specifically to support the kinds of closely coupled workloads that traditional HPC users often run...

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The Case for Zend Framework - Users Get to Vote

The Zend developers are providing their users with the opportunity to vote on possible adjustments to the syntax in version 2 of Zend Framework...

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KVM or Xen? Choosing a Virtualization Platform

When Xen was first released in 2002, the GPL'd hypervisor looked likely to take the crown as the virtualization platform for Linux. Fast forward to 2010, and the new kid in town has displaced Xen as the virtualization of choice for Red Hat and lives in the mainline Linux kernel. Which one to choose? Read on for our look at the state of Xen vs. KVM.

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