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  • Movable Type Goes Virtual

    Six Apart, the creator of blogging platform Movable Type, and JumpBox, a developer of virtual appliances, announced the availability of Virtual Movable Type. With Virtual Movable Type, users can get a quicker start with MT using its virtual version that promises to be a simple and powerful alternative to installing Movable

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  • Microsoft's Next Generation of Virtualization

    Microsoft's big next-generation virtualization beast has arrived and the speculation pours forth like wine. Redmond's hypervisor based virtualization system for x64 systems, Microsoft Hyper-V, has released to manufacturing and is available for deployment into production environments.

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  • Parallels Teams Up For SaaS-Based Online Backup

    The field of virtualization just keeps a-movin'. This time, desktop/server virtualization heavy-weight Parallels is taking server virtualization into the up-and-coming realm of SaaS. Their popular OS virtualization solution, Parallels Virtuozzo Containers, has been chosen by ProServe, one of the leading ISPs in the Netherlands, to deliver a scalable,

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  • Win4Lin Revamps its Linux Virtualization Solution

    Virtual Bridges, a leading provider of desktop and enterprise virtualization solutions for business, has launched version 5 of its Win4Lin Desktop virtualization system for running Windows on Linux. It includes performance increases it claims beats the likes of VMware Workstation and other competitors in the desktop virtualization market.

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  • Virtualization - What Does the Next Generation Look Like?

    Virtualization has been taking the IT field by storm, but where is it headed? The theme of November's 4th International Virtualization Conference and Expo is "The Next Generation of Virtualization".

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  • CIOZone Study: Move to SaaS Model or Die

    SaaS and Virtualization have played a prominent role in the tech industry landscape for a while now, and the latest studies seem to show that they're going stronger than ever. In a CIOZone.

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  • JumpBox Delivers Virtual Appliance Subscriptions

    Virtual appliance wizard, JumpBox, Inc., has announced the launch of JumpBox Open, a service that will give users subscription access to their collection of easy-to-deploy virtual appliances for Open Source applications. The announcement was made at the Under the Radar: The Business of Web Apps conference. JumpBox Open represents a

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  • Six New JumpBoxes for phpBB, TikiWiki and Chums

    JumpBox, provider of virtual appliances to simplify server software deployment, has just released six new appliances for open source products. The JumpBox library has been bolstered with new applications for Cacti networking graphing system, phpBB bulletin boards, ProjectPier project management, TikiWiki, PmWiki, and MoinMoin- another Wiki product.

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  • Is 2008 The Year of Virtualization?

    Those of you who believe that the growing virtualization trend is merely a passing fad, think again. According to a new study by Saugatuck Technology Inc., virtualization will have the single largest effect on IT budgets for hardware and support over the next three years (cue Jamiroquai's 90's hit "Virtual

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  • First Virtualization Software for Mac OS Released in Beta

    From the creators of the popular desktop virtualization software, Parallels, comes the beta version of hypervisor-powered virtualization solution Parallels Server , the first virtualization solution designed to run on Apple hardware. SWSoft, who are changing their name to Parallels, have included support for the newly updated Mac Pro

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  • Microsoft Viridian to Debut in 2008 as Hyper-V

    With all this talk about virtualization darling VMware (its record quarter, its fawning suitors), we'd nearly forgotten there were other pretenders to the throne. Said pretenders include Microsoft, which just began public trials of Hyper-V. Hyper-V is the official name of Microsoft's long-awaited "Viridian" hypervisor, whose release

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  • Diplomas Handed to Four New Jumpboxes

    The fun never stops for the folks at JumpBox, where they are unveiling an expansion of their product line to include Jumpboxes for Open Source applications: Alfresco, OTRS, Bugzilla, and Mantis.

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  • Test Their Might: JumpBox Opens Proving Grounds

    The people at Jumpbox, Inc. want to know if you have what it takes to join Proving Grounds, where brave participants put it all on the line to… test upcoming JumpBox beta software (hey, this is a techie site, after all)! The provider of virtual appliances has announced the launch of

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  • Socialtext Brings in New CEO, Closes Series-C Funding Round

    It's a season of change at Palo Alto-based wiki startup Socialtext. The company has just announced its appointment of Eugene Lee as Chief Executive Officer and member of its board. It has also stated that it has closed a Series C funding round of US$ 9.5 million.

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