I have a Windows 7 64 bit and my CPU supports virtualization and I have enabled it. As a guest OS I have installed Ubuntu 64 Bit and I checked Hardware virtualization in VirtualBox but after running this command egrep -c '(vmx|svm)' /proc/cpuinfo it returns 0 meaning my hardware doesn't support virtualization. What can I do?
I'm currently leading a datacenter virtualization effort in order to improve our uptime and recovery times, given the current baremetal server topology that we have.
Talking to some of the vendors, in order to evaluate whether their solutions support virtualization, it came out that, most of them, don't encourage or even support database virtualization, because of the I/O performance issues it mi
We all know that nowadays Virtualization is a buzzword, every company is now migrating their hardware server environments to Virtualization environment. Virtualization technology helps IT companies to reduce their IT expenses while boosting efficiency and productivity of servers. There are several...
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VirtualBox and VMWare, which can run multiple operating systems on top of your current OS, aren’t the only two virtualization options available for Linux users. If you’re a Gnome Shell user (as in, you use the main interface of the Gnome 3 desktop), you can use something called Gnome Boxes for all your virtualization needs.
If Dell buys Quest Software, it could thrust Dell into the virtualization market head-on against VMware (NYSE: VMW), Citrix Systems (NASDAQ: CTXS) and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (NYSE: RHT), among other potential rivals. But is Dell really trying to get into the virtualization market?
Not in the traditional sense, according to The VAR Guy’s personal hunch.
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