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Profiles/Reports

EMC Acquires VMWare - Opinion

On December 15th, EMC announced that it had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire VMWare, a privately held software company based in Palo Alto, California, for $635M in cash. The deal represents EMC’s third, major software purchase in less than six months, the previous two being Legato and Documentum.

 

Publish date: 03/01/04
Profiles/Reports

VMware VI 3

Server virtualization, as the name implies, has been categorized by the industry as a largely server-related phenomenon. However, Taneja Group sees this as short sighted. Server virtualization and the infrastructure transformation it begets to a virtualized, consolidated, centrally-managed infrastructure has far reaching ramifications to the areas of data protection, disaster recovery, and high availability.

Publish date: 07/01/06
Profiles/Reports

The Greening of the Data Center Technology in Depth

As industry analysts and consultants, the Taneja Group has a single driving mission: to deliver hype-free, accurate, and responsible information about important issues impacting the server and storage industry. This is why we have turned our attention to the green data center, which we believe badly needs insight and clarity in the midst of marketing smokescreens and competing claims. This Technology in Depth represents Taneja Group's take on this important issue. We present the background of the energy crisis, explore important data center trends, and tell you how we believe the industry should respond to a real problem and a real opportunity.

Publish date: 08/01/07
Profiles/Reports

Building the Virtual Infrastructure with DataCore SANsymphony-V

There's a ball and chain hanging on your virtualization projects - and it's that pesky storage stuff. Storage that isn't flexible, can't adapt to changes, is wrapped with poor provisioning practices, and where sheer physicality and lack of abstraction seem to get in the way of every virtual server task. There's no secret in the fact we think storage virtualization can set the virtual infrastructure free, but let's take a look at one vendor's product, and how it tackles some of those issues in the Hyper-V infrastructure.

Publish date: 02/08/11
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5 Ways the Sanbolic Acquisition Could Change Citrix

The VDI giant is evolving beyond its core competency. That's a good thing.

  • Premiered: 01/14/15
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Virtualization Review
Topic(s): TBA Sanbolic TBA Citrix TBA SDS TBA Software Defined Storage TBA software-defined storage TBA VMWare TBA Nutanix TBA Scale Computing TBA Linux TBA Windows TBA KVM TBA Xen TBA Hyper-V TBA VSA TBA vSphere TBA Microsoft TBA IBM TBA Red Hat TBA HP TBA VDI TBA Virtual Desktop Infrastructure TBA virtual desktop TBA CloudPlatform TBA NetScaler