VMware has completed its acquisition of enterprise Java vendor SpringSource, a $US362 million deal designed to help customers build, run and manage applications to be run on cloud-based platforms.
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EMC has remade its management team by luring a high-ranking executive away from Intel, potentially setting up a succession process to replace chairman and CEO Joe Tucci, who will stay at EMC through 2012.
VMware has defended its decision to place new restrictions on sponsors and exhibitors at this year’s VMworld conference, blaming the move on “shenanigans” pulled by Microsoft at last year’s VMworld in Las Vegas.
VMware has revealed several new virtualisation management products to be announced at VMworld Monday, but is so far shying away from any big-ticket announcements.
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Former HP CEO <a href=" http://www.networkworld.com/news/2005/0209fioristeps.html ">Carly Fiorina</a> may be launching a run for the U.S. Senate.
IBM and HP are trying to lure server and storage customers away from Sun Microsystems by exploiting uncertainty caused by Oracle's pending acquisition of the company.
Cisco is trying to enhance storage performance on the IBM mainframe as well as third-party SAN products with new features added to its MDS 9000 storage networking product line.
VMware Monday announced three products for managing applications in virtual machines, including software to provide service-level reporting and performance management; enable chargeback for virtual workloads; and improve development and test environments.
VMware is releasing two bundles of management and automation products designed for disaster recovery and the delivery of applications to users.
Symantec is expanding its de-duplication capabilities across several backup products slated to be released this year and in 2010, the company announced Tuesday.
New survey results cast doubt on whether cloud computing adoption will ramp up in the next 12 months, with only 15 per cent of corporate customers having adopted or considering adopting cloud technology over the next year.
IBM’s aggressive push in the emerging private cloud market isn’t just for IBM customers – Big Blue is building several private cloud services within its own firewall, CIO Mark Hennessy says.
Data Domain's board is asking stockholders to reject EMC's unsolicited offer to purchase the company, and instead approve a merger with NetApp.
Enterprises are embracing <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2008/111208-private-cloud-networks.html">private cloud networks</a> to improve the efficiency of test and development organizations, <a href="http://www.networkworld.com/news/financial/ibm.html">IBM</a> cloud computing software chief Kristof Kloeckner says.