Server virtualization wannabe Red Hat has notched up another cloud computing win with its commercial-grade KVM hypervisor. Japanese telco and service provider NTT Communications has said it is building its new cloud and Web hosting facilities using Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization. RHEV, as it is called in the lingo of Red …
Sad, really sad
The day the music, sorry BSD virtual hosting dies.
NTT/Verio used to be one of the providers to offer virtual partitioning using BSD jails. They did it LONG before anyone else offered virtual machine hosting. However, as memory got cheaper running things as VMs killed that and user mode linux hosting (with which memset started once upon a time).
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"All service providers are going to have to offer multiple hypervisors because no one company is going to have the kind of dominance VMware enjoyed in the early days of x64 server virtualization."
Don't put more money than you can afford to lose on that crazy bet, Timothy.
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