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Bitfusion Acquisition Extends VMware Virtualization of GPUs

VMware has championed the virtues of virtualization of the x86 architecture for more than 20 years, and now the company plans to extend its commitment to virtualizing new architectures ...Full Article

Docker Tightens its Embrace of Kubernetes

The rise of application containers has touched off a debate about whether containers will eventually replace virtual machines. For a number of reasons, most notably security, probably not. At ...Full Article

Google Cloud Unveils Roadmap for Intel Optane

Intel’s drive to solidify its stranglehold on the datacenter via its Optane DC persistent memory architecture was on full display this week during the chip maker’s “data-centric” event. Navin ...Full Article

AWS Firecracker Takes on Serverless Security, Speed Challenges

Better security and more speed – what else could we ask of serverless computing? At re:Invent this week, AWS launched a new take on virtual machines with a virtualization ...Full Article

VMs Still Have Legs, Survey Finds

Faster server provisioning and consolidation along with long-term cost savings remain the key benefits of virtualization, according to a new vendor survey, with virtual machines keeping pace with trendy ...Full Article

Virtual Machines, Containers, & Docker, Oh My!

Containers have made quite the splash of late, with the rising popularity of Docker, the formation of the Open Container Initiative, and the launch of the Cloud Native Computing ...Full Article

Tintri Releases All-Flash VM-Aware Storage

Virtualization and cloud storage developer Tintri today released its first all-flash VM-aware storage (VAS), the VMstore T5000 All Flash Series. In addition, the Mountain View, Calif.-based vendor upgraded its operating ...Full Article

Consolidate Virtual Machines without Sacrificing Performance

Virtualization technology makes it easy to consolidate IT resources, allowing more work to be done with less equipment (and less energy). It's a green proposition, to be sure, but what ...Full Article
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