Six new VMware cloud products to kick off VMworld


Six new VMware cloud products to kick off VMworld

Kayleigh Bateman, Site Editor
The Daily Data Centre

Six VMware cloud products get VMworld rolling
VMware has unveiled six new cloud products to kick off VMworld 2010. The virtualisation products are the VMware vCloud Director and the vShield security products portfolio, which includes VMware vShield Edge, VMware vShield App and VMware vShield Endpoint. vCloud Director is designed to extend the resource pooling capabilities of VMware vSphere.

Virtensys unveils VIO-4004
I/O virtualisation vendor Virtensys has announced the availability of its VIO-4004, a system that consolidates and virtualises network connectivity to a rack of servers. It also provides up to 80 Gbps of Ethernet bandwidth per server.

NetApp announces support for VMware vCloud Director
Storage vendor NetApp has announced its support for VMware's new vCloud Director. The VMware vCloud Director enables cloud-based IT services for private and public clouds, ranging from pay-as-you-go infrastructure to production-ready service offerings.

DXi6700 released from Quantum
Quantum has released its DXi6700, a deduplication and replication appliance for Fibre Channel SAN environments. The backup vendor's appliance delivers up to 3.5 TB per hour backup performance and provides up to 56 TB capacity.

VMware Ready status for Centrix WorkSpace
Centrix Software as announced that Centrix WorkSpace has achieved VMware Ready status. The product will now be listed in the VMware Partner Product Catalogue.

Kayleigh Bateman is the Site Editor of

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