A deep dive into all forms of virtualization.
- By Dan Kusnetzky
The third iteration of the Microsoft Virtual Machine Converter addresses customer concerns from P2V removal in version 2.
She may not get it, but you'll have a great time anyway.
Microsoft did it just one week ago, and Amazon Web Services may be coming soon.
Is it easy to set up VMware's hyper-convergence appliance? James Brown finds out.
The company just received $4.5 million in funding.
James Brown details the sessions he's put on his schedule, and discusses why you might want to add some of them, too.
Formerly known as PHD Virtual Backup, it's the product of the Unitrend acquisition of PHD last year.
For one health care organization, fast provisioning of development environments translates to a serious competitive advantage.
- By Christa Ayer
It might look like VMware is approaching solution sprawl, but there's some precision and orchestration among its breadth of offerings. Before you head to San Francisco and VMworld 2014, here's a look at the current state of datacenter solutions as VMware sees it.
- By Eric Beehler
The release is integrated with System Center Operations Manager.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft's cloud platform has a lot to offer -- too much, in fact, to fit into one or two articles. This final part focuses on media management, disaster recovery and Active Directory.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
Its AirWatch acquisition, although expensive, is apparently paying dividends.
Kevin Turner takes aim at his company's biggest virtualization rival during a keynote at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference.
The latest x86 server virtualization report also shows an uptick for Red Hat.