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Red Hat Releases RHEL 5.1 with Integrated Virtualization
Will Enable Virtualization for Millions of Servers
Nov. 9, 2007 09:45 AM
"Other virtualization products don't scale to support large numbers of cores or CPUs, which limit customers’ ability to utilize their infrastructure, or force customers to deploy multiple virtualization platforms," said Paul Cormier, EVP of Worldwide Engineering at Red Hat, as the Raleigh, NC-based company this week released Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.1 , with integrated virtualization.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux virtualization includes the ability to perform live migration, allowing customers to seamlessly move running applications from one server to another, maximizing resource utilization in the face of changing business requirements. Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform includes high-availability clustering, storage virtualization and failover software to provide enhanced levels of application availability, for both physical and virtual servers.
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