For some, there’s simply no substitute for the best of the best, which VMware remains with or without boneheaded pricing plans.
If you haven’t heard yet, VMware has changed how licensing for vSphere products works for the upcoming version 5 release.
Zumasys announced that it is the first provider to achieve both VMware vCloud Power status and the NetApp Gold Service Provider designation.
The SuperNAP is about to become the Super-DuperNAP. The 407,000 square foot Switch SuperNAP in Las Vegas is already one of the world’s largest data centers.
Zumasys, a leading provider of Cloud Computing solutions to small-and-medium sized businesses, announced today that it has joined the VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP).
vCenter 4.1 which is now a 64-bit only application and must be installed on a 64-bit operating system (2003 or 2008). vCenter cannot be installed on a domain controller and the recommended practice from VMware is to install vCenter as a VM.