Parallels hopes to go public in the next several years, but has already rebufed takeover interest from Microsoft (MSFT) and IBM, CEO Serguei Beloussov tells Bloomberg.
Computer scientists at the DOE have simultaneously booted one million Linux kernels, all of which ran as virtual machines on the Thunderbird supercomputer at Sandia National Laboratories.
Cluster Resources, whose Moab automation software is widely used in high performance computing, is expanding its focus to the data center and adopting a new name: Adaptive Computing
Is virtualization licensing "broken" when it comes to the cloud? Steve O'Donnell tackles the subject over at The Hot Aisle, discussing the forumulas used by virtualization vendors to bill for their software.