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Event: Open Source Xen Virtualization on SUSE Linux

Novell Malaysia will be organizing Open Source Xen Virtualization on SUSE Linux seminar soon. Event Details Open Source Xen Virtualization on SUSE Linux – Quarterly Technology Update Novell Malaysia Office Level 5, Uptown 1 Damansara Uptown, PJ (above UOB Bank) Malaysia 77226133 (in English) Lack of budget to implement virtualization? Look no further. In this […]

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Novell Malaysia Virtualization Event

Novell is organizing 7 in 7 Virtualization Tour around Asia Pasific. You’ve heard the hype about virtualization. Now come see for yourself how SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell can revolutionize your data center. At this free seminar you’ll learn how virtualization and our partners’ hardware technologies can help you save money, increase server utilization, […]

Article: 64-bit Enhancements in Xen 3.1

I just received the latest newsletter from NetworkWorld. I think this article is interesting and helpful for SysAdmins who are working on Virtualization environment, especially on the mix (Linux and Windows) environment. Xen 3.1 brings open source virtualization to 64-bit By Phil Hochmuth A new version of the open source Xen virtualization stack was released […]

RHEL 5 Review By Network World Asia

I just received my printed copy of Network World Asia, May 2007 edition last Saturday. Normally, the topics are quite general and do not attracted me much. Nevertheless, this edition is quite special to me. Why, because there is a review on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL 5), written by Tom Henderson and Rand […]

Virtualization – Still Too Expensive?

One of the today’s interesting story from Network World Asia is about an issue of implementing Virtualization. Thomas Bittman from Gartner simply says that Virtualization is still expensive at present. Below are the complete article form Network World Asia, Gartner says virtualization too expensive May 14, 2007 Darren Pauli, Computerworld Australia Businesses will need to […]