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Citrix Systems and Novell have announced a collaboration that expands choice for customers through increased virtualization interoperability and new assessment tools to help pinpoint the economically most advantageous approach to virtualization. Through this new partnership, Novell has...
Novell is repositioning the virtualization widgetry that it bought for $205 million this spring when it bought PlateSpin and now claims to be the only kid on the block who can support 32- and 64-bit Windows and Linux servers, as well as all the leading hypervisors. It ticks off Citrix’...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Platespin general session presentation at SYS-CON's Cloud Computing Conference & Expo (www.cloudcomputingexpo.com)is now streaming on SYS-CON.TV. The next Virtualization Conference will take place November 19-21, at the Fairmont Hotel at the heart of...
PlateSpin has trotted out its first major product release since Novell bought the virtualization management operation back in March with the launch of PowerConvert 7.0, its data center disaster recovery mojo. The software has new backup and recovery features and expanded multi-platform...
PlateSpin reaffirmed its commitment to support Citrix XenServer across the PlateSpin product line. XenServer support is a key element of PlateSpin's multiplatform strategy, which aims to offer enterprises a unified suite of solutions for managing heterogeneous data center environments ...
Novell announced it has completed its acquisition of PlateSpin. PlateSpin allows the movement of workloads between physical and virtual environments regardless of platform or operating system. These capabilities, combined with Novell's systems management solutions, enable customers to ...
California utility PG&E to offer rebates to organizations of $300 to $600 for each server eliminated through virtualization. New features in PowerRecon 3.0 include the ability for organizations to compare their current power and cooling costs against projected post-consolidation costs ...
PlateSpin Ltd. announced an innovative disaster recovery hardware appliance for protecting physical and virtual server workloads using VMware infrastructure as a foundation for the solution. PlateSpin Forge is a purpose-built consolidated recovery solution that includes prepackaged and...