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Xen & VMware: Different Approaches

In a previous post on virtualization, Direct2Dell reader John Oliver asked for a comparison between Xen and VMware. In this post, I’ll cover some of the differences in architecture behind these two virtualization products and how the technology is shaping up for the future. VMware ESX Server’s architecture … READ MORE

Global Enterprise Eng. October 31, 2006

Grid Computing @ Oracle OpenWorld

Note from Lionel: My apologies in advance. The content that follows was part of our activities at Oracle OpenWorld. In working through technical difficulties earlier this week, I overlooked this blog and vlog from Logan McLeod. Since it involves some enterprise topics that Direct2Dell readers have asked about, I thought it still warranted … READ MORE

Logan McLeod, Dell IT Strategist October 27, 2006

Dell Quake 4 Final Results

Like I mentioned in a previous post, last week we had the final match in the Quake 4 tournament in Austin, Texas.  When the smoke cleared, Brent Beimeir defeated Aaron Randall  in a best of five series of matches. At the updated Quake 4 Tournament page, you can see video interviews with … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca October 26, 2006

Michael @ Oracle OpenWorld

Yesterday afternoon, Michael gave a keynote at Oracle OpenWorld. In it, he discusses how Dell works with companies like Oracle to drive industry standards in the enterprise. He discusses the growth of industry standard servers vs. proprietary ones, and hints at the AMD Opteron servers we launched at the … READ MORE

Lionel Menchaca October 24, 2006
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