virtualization Archive

AMD Brings Android Virtualization To Windows Tablets And Notebooks

AMD, in more ways than one, has so far idled out in the mobile game, unlike its closest rival Intel. But the company recently made some moves to chart out its own unique strategy in this evolving

Enabling Hyper-V in Windows 8

ITproportal has put together a quick brief guide for enabling Hyper-V in Windows 8. This will show you how to enable Hyper-V virtualization in the Windows 8 Developer Preview. This tweak is not on by default in

Building blocks for a Windows Server 8 cloud

Another video from Microsoft. This one deals with the tradeoffs and technologies that must be considered when building servers, networks and storage for cloud scale data centers. Some of the tradeoffs will include performance, reliability, security, flexible

Hyper-V networking in Windows Server 8

On eo the great pluses about Windows Server 8 is virtualization. The big feature in Windows Server 8 is Hyper-V or Hyper Virtualization. New features in Windows Server 8 expand Hyper-V for performance, reliability, scale and security. In this

Microsoft confirms Hyper-V functionality will be included in Windows 8

In a new post on the Microsoft Windows 8 development blog, Microsoft just confirmed that Hyper-V will in fact be included in Windows 8. A quote: In building Windows 8 we worked to enable Hyper-V, the machine

Nutanix – High Octane Virtualization Performance for the Enterprise

Some interesting new tools for the Enterprise have started to emerge. Start-up Nutanix has launched its first product, a slim, virtualized server that is clustered together with solid state and hard drive storage that can be managed

Virtualization 101 – What is a Hypervisor?

There have been lots of new stories and article about Hyper-V and virtualization coming to Windows 8 and it suddenly occured to me that not everyone may be familiar with these advanced concepts. Let’s step back a bit and

Windows 8 will have Hyper-V 3.0

WindowsNow.com blogger Robert McLaws has discovered Hyper-V 3.0 is incuded in the Windows 8 client code. “Apparently it’s (Hyper-V 3.0’s) been in there for quite a while, but between the focus on Consumer features, and the lack

PCPro’s list of requested Windows 8 improvements – Virtualization

PCPro the UK website just put out a fantastic list of their suggestions for improvements that Microsoft could make for Windows 8. Here are some of the ones I agree with: Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate support

My guess at a Windows 8 release date

So more information has come out regarding Windows 8. There are three main points of interest that came from Mary Jo Foleys update today.. Based on new speculation: Ourghanlian described the utopian Windows 8 situation: One where