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Desktop virtualization for Windows and Linux

I recently read an article that talked about desktop virtualization and how these three stacked up to each other.  The article is from InfoWorld and was very interesting.  Part of the article follows:

VMware Workstation 7 is still king for developers and techs, but innovative VirtualBox 3.1 and easy-to-use Parallels Desktop 4 gain ground

VMware […]

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XenServer 5.5 vs ESXi 4.0

The have been using ESXi 3.5 for about a year and a half.  I find that the Vmware product is very good considering the fact that it is a down graded version of the Enterprise ESX server.  I run3 windows servers and 1 Linux network monitoring machine all on a single server.  All in all […]

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Million Linux Kernels Simulate Botnet

This was a pretty cool tidbit of information, trying to experiment with a virtual botnet.  Sound pretty cool and would be even better to simulate but who has that much hardware, even if they can run 1,000 kernels per that is still 1,000 machines.
Aug 04, 2009

The biggest botnet to date is being virtualized using […]

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