Monthly Archives: July 2010

Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for x86 virtualization

Gartner recently published an article about the position of the various x86 virtualization players out there. It gives a market overview, describes the history of virtualization, the unique vision of VMware and emerging trends towards cloud computing. Not surprisingly VMware … Continue reading

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HP’s G7 line-up

Last spring HP introduced a few of their new G7 line-up of servers. More of their newest generation servers have been introduced over time. They have several interesting new technologies aboard. Off course they feature the latest CPU’s available from Intel and AMD, but also … Continue reading

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Creating a nifty USB key for HP servers

So if you work with HP servers frequently you’re probably familiar with the Smart Start CD, the firmware CD/DVD and HPSUM. If you’re not, shame on you for not keeping your servers up-to-date. All new servers from the 300 and … Continue reading

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Introducing yet another blog

As so many, I’ve decided to start my own blog. I tried starting up various sites in the past, but usually lack of content was the reason for me to abandon the idea. This time round, I may have found … Continue reading

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