Starwind named finalist for storage software of the year
This week StarWind Software announced that they were named as a finalist in the “Storage Software Product of the Year” category at the 2012 Storage, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing (SVC) Awards. These highly prestigious awards recognize the products, projects, and services as well as honor companies and teams operating in the cloud, virtualization, and storage fields.
“We’re pleased and honored to be selected as a finalist in the 2012 Storage, Virtualization, and Cloud Computing Awards,” said Artem Berman, Chief Executive Officer of StarWind Software. “We strive to deliver a high performance, reliable, and cost-effective storage solution that guarantees ultimate data protection, which is why this reward is a testament to StarWind’s achievements and commitment to innovation in the storage software field.”
The winners of the SCV Awards 2012 will be announced on November 22, 2012 at the Pullman St. Pancras (previously Novotel) in London.
Two weeks ago VMware released the new version of their vSphere hypervisor, so it’s time to update our Enterprise Hypervisor comparison. It very impressive to see how quick VMware has reacted to the Hyper-V 3 announcements and has taken most of the wind out of the Microsoft sails.
I hope you find the new Enterprise Hypervisor comparison useful and feel free to contact us when you have feedback for us to improve the list.
The information on Microsoft Server 2012 Hyper-V features is very inconsistent, many different values out there.
In this version I added 10 new criteria. Many of these criteria should, in my opinion, be available in hypervisors suitable for enterprise environments.
If you haven’t been able to convince you employer, wife or yourself to go to Barcelona and attend VMworld Europe 2012, this is your chance.
Veeam is giving away a free pass to VMworld 2012 in Barcelona which, as you know, will take place October 09-11. Just register yourself on the Veeam website and win a free pass to THE virtualization event of the year. See you in Barca!
When we joined Imtech ICT two years ago, the VMware sales was disappointing and we where demoted from VMware Premier to Enterprise Partner. After one and a half years of hard work we managed to get back on top and today we received the message that Imtech ICT has been promoted to VMware Premier Partner!
This is great news as there are only 5 Premier Partners in the Netherlands, SLTN, PQR , Centric, CamIT and now Imtech ICT. This is a great reward of our hard work so VMware thank you very much for this acknowledgment.
For those of you who have never heard of the VMware Premier Partnership,VMware Premier Partners have made a commitment to invest in the VMware partnership through dedicated technical, sales and support resources, and have demonstrated this consistently over time.
VMware rewards Premier Partners with the highest level of enablement, support and rewards and they are authorized to sell the full VMwareproduct line. Taking a solution-oriented approach, Premier Partners engage in complex solution offerings and demonstrate high levels of skill.
The new cloud computing landscape requires greater innovation, performance and confidence to push system and software delivery to the next level. That technology was on display at VMworld San Francisco.
Today Veeam hosts a live webinar showing you the highlights from VMworld San Francisco 2012, including:
I have sold Cisco UCS solutions for about 18 months now and Cisco has definitely made a good impression in the server market. But there are still a lot of people (customers, (former) colleagues, VMware enthusiasts) who have vaguely heard of Cisco UCS but don’t see the distinct differences with blade server solutions like those from HP, IBM, Dell or Fujitsu.