Xen.org, home of the open source Xen hypervisor, today announced the availability of Xen Cloud Platform 1.6 (or short XCP), an industry-leading virtualization platform for companies to create and manage virtual infrastructures for servers, desktops and clouds.
Zenoss Inc., corporate sponsor of the award winning open source IT monitoring and management solution Zenoss Core, today announced the general availability of Zenoss Core version 2.5.2 under the GNU General Public License (V2). As part of this release, Zenoss Core now offers new monitoring capabilities for the Xen Hypervisor via the Zenoss Xen monitoring plug-in, or Xen Virtual Hosts ZenPack.
Zenoss Inc., corporate sponsor of the award winning open source IT monitoring and management solution Zenoss Core, will be demonstrating how to monitor IT infrastructure with the company’s free and open source tools at the 11th Annual Linux and Grassroots Open Source Festival, Linuxfest Northwest (LFNW), on April 24th and 25th in Bellingham, Wash.
Convirture, a provider of open source, cross-platform virtualization management tools, has announced new software designed to allow enterprises to manage private clouds, hybrid clouds and virtualized infrastructures from a single console.
Zenoss Inc., the corporate sponsor of Zenoss Core, today announced the general availability of Zenoss Core 3.0 under the GNU General Public License (V2). Fueled by the 85,000-member Zenoss community, the newest release features an updated user interface to improve usability giving users a complete view of all IT infrastructure -- physical, virtual and cloud computing.
For all the attention this week about the cloud, it’s
evident that it is pretty much a distraction when considering what
is really happening. Developers are lifting the cloud, not the
other way around. The big guns of tech are aligning
because they have to. It’s a defensive move to serve their existing
VMware (NYSE: VMW) says that demand from channel partners for its vCenter Operations Management solutions is growing at an impressive clip, prompting the vendor to open a new VMware Partner Network Management Solution Competency, its sixth such proficiency highlighting partner expertise, skills and differentiation.
The virtualization kingpin’s rationale for the new Solution Competency is that cust
Acronis has launched a new way to back up the VMware vCloud, filling a needed space for any IT manager realistically considering the virtualization company’s offerings.
vCloud, VMware’s cloud technology, lacks an automated method for backing up vSphere, the virtualization software that manages a customer’s virtual machines.