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【要ログイン】Gmailを使っているなら実は現実的、気になる仮想デスクトップへの“本格移行日” [ #cbajp ]

企業がクラウドでホストするリソースやインフラが増えるにつれて、クラウドサービスプロバイダーへの依存度は高まっている。この状況によって、DaaS(Desktop as a Service)は近いうちに多くの企業にとって現実的な選択肢となるだろう。

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Using bhyve (BSD hypervisor)

BHyVe is a type-2 hypervisor developed on FreeBSD. Its similar to KVM, and a different approach to jail/lxc containers.

Requires Intel VT-x… 673 more words

Logical Abstraction of the Physical Data Center

We’ve got virtualization, cloud computing, and now quite a bit of new buzz around commodity platforms. The reality is that this computing model has taken off faster than really expected. 58 more words

Cloud Computing

Oracle WebLogic Server Now Running on Docker Containers

Monica Riccelli with Oracle posted over at The WebLogic Server Blog that Oracle WebLogic Server is now certified to run on Docker containers. There are Dockerfiles and scripts located on GitHub to build the images. Check out the article here!

Virtualization

An ecosystem of integrated cloud products

In my prior post, I described how OpenStack from Red Hat frees  you to pursue your business with the peace of mind that your cloud is secure and stable. 377 more words

OpenStack

VCDX Spotlight: Todd Simmons

Name: Todd Simmons

Twitter Handle: @trainingrev

Blog URL: http://nsxinsight.wordpress.com

Current Employer : VMware

VCDX #: 184

How did you get into using VMware?

Worked for Collective Technologies who partnered with Dell to deliver Infrastructure Consolidation Readiness Assessments – the goal was to help customers consolidate old hardware onto new Dell servers running VMware Virtual Infrastructure 3. 267 more words

Virtualisation

VCDX Spotlight: Andrew Brydon

Name: Andrew Brydon

Twitter Handle: @sidbrydon

Blog URL: http://sidbrydon.wordpress.com

Current Employer: Telstra

VCDX #: 139

How did you get into using VMware?

It was about eight years ago, I was working in a Datacenter in Scotland and customer was using ESX to run their infrastructure. 402 more words

VMware