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Friday, November 12, 2010
- Fusion-io delivers management software for its solid-state drives
Fusion-io brings out software suite to manage its solid-state drive (SSD) cards; Promise Technology launches SANs based on Intel Jasper Forest chips; QStar delivers object storage.
- How VDI solutions can increase profit margins
Solution providers can boost profit margins and maximize their customers' investments by taking advantage of the subsidiary product sales and services included with VDI solutions.
- Can Citrix, VMware app virtualization stack up against Microsoft?
Citrix is so enthusiastic in its support for Microsoft App-V that some customers wonder if it might pull the plug on its own application streaming. And whither VMware ThinApp?
- UK Grid invests £10 million in Manchester facility
Data centre provider UK Grid is investing £10 million in a new 27,000-square-foot site in Manchester; plus more daily news.
- The mainframe is dead, long live the mainframe
An independent UK integrator discusses the mainframe skills shortage and the gentle decline in deployments.
- PCI DSS compliance in the cloud: On the horizon?
A reference architecture for PCI DSS compliance in the cloud has emerged, but is it a concrete example or a far-fetched ideal?
- Report: Security awareness policy still hazy at most organisations
While most users believe that their organisations have clear security policies, a recent study also finds that few are actually formally trained and many make security decisions without guidance from management.
- Server virtualization drives 10 Gigabit Ethernet interest
With prices coming down and network loads rising, VARs see more 10 Gigabit Ethernet adoptions.
- Creating a firewall policy fault model with automatic correction
Firewall policy problems may be at the heart of firewalls that mistakenly block legitimate traffic or allow in troubled traffic. At LISA 2010, researchers propose creating a firewall policy fault model that can be used to implement automated correction techniques.
- SAN QoS: Applying TCP/IP traffic shaping to iSCSI
As enterprises move to centralized storage systems, SAN QoS has become a serious issue. Now they may be able to ensure iSCSI performance by applying TCP/IP traffic shaping measures to iSCSI SAN.
- Hyper-V users see promise in Virsto storage management
Users say Virsto's software is a promising tool to skirt the performance hit created by dynamic disks in Hyper-V environments. But some await tighter integration with Microsoft's SCVMM.