Latest Virtual Machine Stories

2012-01-13 13:00:00

Strong Growth in 2011 Highlighted by 75% increase in New Customer Acquisition and Launch of Comprehensive Virtualization Monitoring Solution Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) January 13, 2012 PHD Virtual Technologies, pioneer and innovator in virtual machine backup and recovery, and provider of virtualization monitoring solutions, announced record revenue for fiscal year 2011. PHD Virtual continued its trend of strong quarterly growth, with the fourth quarter of 2011 marking the sixth consecutive...

2011-12-19 14:50:00

New Automation Features Combined With Robust Controls Offers âœTrusted Automationâ for Data Centers Andover, Massachusetts (PRWEB) December 19, 2011 VKernel, the award-winning provider of enterprise-class performance and capacity management products for virtualized data centers and cloud environments, announced today general availability of vOperations SuiteTM 4.5. Designed to provide new automation capabilities for virtual machine management, the new...

2011-12-14 13:00:00

eApps Hosting announced today the availability of CentOS 6 Linux Operating System templates for the companyâs Virtual Machine in the Cloud hosting service. The available options include the basic CentOS 6 template as well as choices with pre-installed applications, including the LAMP stack, Tomcat, JBoss, GlassFish, Liferay Portal, MySQL and other popular applications for mission critical deployments. All templates in the eApps Hosting Virtual Machine in the Cloud service are...

2011-11-14 17:30:00

Provides up to $1,000 Award for Each Referral that Results in the Sale of a ViSX G3 Solution by Solution Providers in the Astute Networks Partner Program San Diege, CA (PRWEB) November 14, 2011 Astute Networks®, the innovator of ViSX G3â“ž¢ solutions for VMware featuring award-winning Networked Performance Flashâ“ž¢, today announced the Astute Networks Reference Selling Program that gives professionals up to $1,000 awards for...

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