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Altor Networks’ virtual firewall is finally working inside the VMware hypervisor kernel, solving a problem created by virtual switches. It’s reportedly the first security product to land inside the hypervisor complements of the VMsafe APIs network APIs in fast-path mode used to develop...
Redwood City, CA―August 4, 2009―Altor Networks, provider of best-in-class virtualization and cloud security solutions, today announced that Todd Ignasiak, Director of Product Management, will present “Revolutionizing Security with the Virtual Data Center” at the Next Gen Data Center (N...
Redwood City, Calif — July 28, 2009 — Altor Networks, provider of best-in-class virtualization and cloud security solutions, today announced the integration of Altor VF 3.0 with Juniper Networks STRM Series Security Threat Response Managers to extend its powerful solution for correlati...
Altor Networks is pioneering best-in-class virtualization security solutions to secure production-oriented virtualized data centers and internal clouds. The company's initial product line includes the industry's first-ever purpose-built virtual firewall with integrated intrusion detect...
Altor Networks, creator of the first purpose-built virtual firewall, today announced that it is using VMware VMsafe™ technology to embed the Altor VF virtual firewall into the hypervisor kernel of VMware vSphere™ 4 and provide robust defense-in-depth security for virtual machines (VMs)...
Altor Networks announced that Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading publication on security-related products and technologies has named the Altor VF virtual firewall winner of the 2009 Tomorrow’s Technology Today Award. This prestigious award recognizes security vendors...
Bytemobile announced the new Media Optimization application of its Media Fidelity Suite. This application enables operators to manage video traffic on mobile broadband networks, which is increasing rapidly due to consumers’ growing appetite for rich multimedia content. The Media Optimi...
Retail behemoth Wal-Mart announced Friday that is would begin selling Apple’s popular 3G iPhone at 2,500 of its stores. Contingent on a 2-year service agreement with AT&T, the 8 GB model will sell for $197, while the black or white 16 GB model is being offered at $297. Both models will...
"When coupled with network and storage virtualization, virtual machines offer sophisticated forms of high availability, disaster recovery, and service migration across all forms of platforms," says Christine Crandell, Executive VP and Chief Marketing Officer for Egenera in this Exclusi...
Betcha IBM is worried that Amazon is gonna wind up owning the cloud. Betcha other companies are worried about that too. Amazon said Wednesday that it has extended EC2, its Elastic Compute Cloud, to Europe. European developers and businesses can now run their EC2 instances in what Amazo...
Teams from Microsoft and Nippon Telegraph and Telephone are going to sit down and talk about collaborating on services that integrate networks with applications. They want to integrate Microsoft applications with NTT’s information and communication technology (ICT), maybe as software-a...
Genuitec has announced the production release of MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench 7.0. The new release, built upon Eclipse 3.4.1/Ganymede, delivers a comprehensive environment for AJAX and Web Services in the Eclipse space. In addition, MyEclipse 7.0 is delivered on top of the Pulse Ecli...
In most discussions about scalability, we often approach the topic as a pure technical/architecture challenge, and ignore cost issues. The problem is that when we truly scale our application, and want to benefit from economies of scale, we're going to end up with scale limitations, not...
"It's a chance for Cisco to participate on a bigger scale, helping to bring peace to the world. Is that too big a dream?...(long pause)...Maybe." With that thought Cisco CEO John Chambers ends an interview published this week by BusinessWeek in which he reveals that Cisco's cloud compu...
Rackspace Hosting, maybe the last company to go public for God knows how long, is anteing up $12 million in cash and stock – with another $16 million in payouts possible – to buy Slicehost and Jungle Disk so it can chase the cloud and compete with Amazon. It’s also established technolo...
"In the upcoming era of cloud computing, the web will be much more than just a means of delivering content – it will be a platform in its own right, requiring an extremely scalable cloud networking infrastructure," said Jayshree Ullal, President and CEO of Arista, formerly known as Ara...
Rackspace Hosting has unveiled its cloud hosting strategy which extends the company's technology and service leadership to cloud hosting. In support of its new cloud hosting strategy, the company announced it has agreed to acquire Slicehost and Jungle Disk, and has established relation...
Well, Egenera - which has no market cap at all because it hasn't gone public yet - claims it is. IDC, which coined the term, defines 'Virtualization 2.0' as the next step beyond server virtualization replete with faster provisioning, high availability, disaster recovery, resource balan...
Dell got its name in the papers late last year when it bought EqualLogic. HP followed suit Wednesday when it said that it was buying EqualLogic’s iSCSI rival LeftHand Networks, the nine-year-old storage virtualization and iSCSI/SAN ISV, for around $360 million cash. Dell paid $1.4 bill...
Altor Networks announced that its products are designed for interoperability with the new Cisco Nexus 1000V that Cisco and VMware announced would be available in the first half of 2009. By virtue of this interoperability, Altor Networks' customers will be able to incorporate data provi...
The Democrats had their convention, followed by the Republicans. As VMware gets ready for its own convention, Microsoft has rained on their parade by holding its 'Get Virtual Now' Virtualization party one week ahead of VMware's. I am looking at the news headlines this morning and all I...
David Marshall in his InfoWorld 'Virtualization Report' blog writes: 'Despite a sharp slowdown in U.S. business software spending, an April 2008 survey report from ChangeWave Research shows that virtualization may be spared as virtualization software spending has increased.' Marshall c...
VMware deserves a lot of credit. Even though hardware virtualization has been around for decades in one form or another, we wouldn't have it in the x86 space without VMware. The hardware and OS vendors would have been happy to keep selling hardware that was only 20% utilized. VMware tu...
Virtualization will be the highest-impact trend changing IT infrastructure and operations through 2012, according to Gartner. Virtualization will transform how IT is managed, what is bought, how it is deployed, how companies plan and how they are charged. As a result, virtualization is...
Because of its slow growth - a factor of the freebie open source business model - Red Hat has become fodder for Wall Street acquisition speculation, BusinessWeek says, and offers VMware as a possible suitor. Such an acquisition would give VMware the operating system it's lacking, make ...
Just as people begin to understand the difference between web ops and IT, we are entering a period where clouds promise 'Ops-Free' computing. Because it's easy, scalable, available and disposable, the cloud is well on its way to becoming 'technology's next big thing.' However, with rec...
Cloud Computing offers significant benefits over traditional solutions for deploying production systems as well as for conducting development and testing activities. This session will distill the unique characteristics of clouds and describe how to best think about deployments in the c...
With the adoption of virtualization, virtual machines are replacing physical servers in the data center and introducing a unique set of management requirements. Policy-based management in the virtualized infrastructure is an approach that is used to simplify and automate management by ...
As server virtualization gains mainstream adoption, it is increasingly being deployed to support a broad range of data center initiatives that extend beyond simple server consolidation and development and test. Today, enterprises of all sizes are realizing the true potential of server ...
Join MokaFive co-founder and CTO, John Whaley, as he discusses desktop virtualization as a potential dream-come-true for IT administrators faced with demanding users and impending disasters. Whaley will cover how desktop virtualization provides solutions to accommodate a mobile workfor...
Virtualization comes in many forms, and by combining multiple technologies, enterprises can transform the way they deploy and manage their software. This session will examine how an enterprise can combine the use of layer-2 'desktop' hypervisor technology, layer-1 dedicated server virt...
Today, offerings such as Amazon Web Services' Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) are providing a new model for on demand compute resources based on virtual machines. Virtual appliances are a natural deployment vehicle for this type of infrastructure, allowing a clean separation between the me...
Cloud Computing, in its current incarnation, falls short on its promise to make computing as a whole as simple as plugging an application into a utility service. The 'cloud' model initially has focused on making the hardware layer consumable as on-demand compute and storage capacity. T...
The demand for storage has increased exponentially, placing significant stress on current 'in house' storage architectures and costly overcapacity build-outs. Factoring in pressures of power, space, large capital expenditures, global performance, and availability issues, companies are ...
As more enterprises embrace virtual infrastructure for part or all of their compute infrastructure, tools are needed to effectively control both physical and virtual. Few large organizations seek to virtualize all of their servers due to the performance hit of virtualization layers. Dy...
This session describes how the wave of virtualization technology in the data center can be extended beyond hypervisors to embrace complete IT infrastructure management resulting in significant business value. It will commence by summarizing the fundamental problems that are holding bac...
Cloud technologies offer many benefits over traditional IT systems, especially when managing the size and vastness of unstructured data and unpredictable growth in IT environments. But when does it make sense to adopt cloud technologies and migrate a set of your IT services to the clou...
Virtualization carries the promises of flexibility, lower costs, ease of deployment and simplified server management. However, when condensing the physical resources of your enterprise, are you considering how to make applications easily accessible to the growing number of remote users...
While organizations and IT staff continue to see the many benefits of implementing virtualization, the challenge of controlling virtual infrastructures is quickly arising as a top management priority. Virtualization benefits are offset by issues such as security, administration, increa...
Altor Networks announced that its Virtual Network Security Analyzer (VNSA) is now a VMware Certified Virtual Appliance and available through the VMware Virtual Appliance Marketplace. Virtual appliances are pre-built software solutions, composed of one or more virtual machines, which ar...