Mary Johnston Turner from IDC discusses the new aspects of virtualization including key drivers, challenges and trends. And Richard Whitehead describes how the PlateSpin workload management portfolio can help you get more from your existing virtual environment.
NVIDIA, the world leader in visual computing technologies, optimized its data center with PlateSpin Migrate and PlateSpin Recon, which allows a team of three engineers to support over 700 virtual machines.
By combining PlateSpin Orchestrate and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as a virtualization platform, infrastructure managers can control operational expenses via consolidation, and keep their environment manageable and easy to use.
PlateSpin Orchestrate allows you to operate your heterogeneous virtual environment from one console, allowing you to confidently deploy and manage VMware, Microsoft and Xen. Automation provides further optimization and cost savings.
This video shows how to create a shared repository, move virtual machines to the repository, run virtual machines on the repository, and how to live migrate a virtual machine. It also covers creating templates and clones of templates.
Explore the technologies and solutions that make it possible to build your service-driven data center with the new SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, including SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and value-added extensions to the SUSE Linux Enterprise environment.
Learn how you can use SUSE Linux Enterprise to build a service-driven data center that provides continuous access to your mission-critical business applications, and will support your mixed IT environment.
Learn how PlateSpin® Workload Management solves data center challenges, discover a pragmatic approach to server consolidation, and see how consolidated disaster recovery has transformed the business continuity market.
SUSE® Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension is an affordable, integrated suite of innovative open source clustering technologies that enables enterprises to implement highly available Linux clusters and eliminate single points of failure.