A market in transition means "particularly dire" consequences for the networking giant.
VMware starts testing of major hypervisor update as well as innovative virtual storage management component.
Users consider lots of freely available cloud apps necessary to get their jobs done. Those same apps give IT anxiety with the security implications that those apps bring when attached to the organizations networks. Are those concerns real or imagined?
A press release issued by the company states that Mark Templeton will rescind his retirement and continue to helm the workstyle anywhere company.
Some of you are avoiding virtualizing vCenter Server, and have weaker systems because of it. Let me share one tip that will have you rethinking that.
It's a veritable price war among vendors on the consumer front, and enterprises surely will benefit.
New research shows "staggering" failure rates for cloud projects.
Company changes direction from previous support of OpenFlow and Open Networking Foundation, now viewed as a "competitor."
AFORE integrates CloudLink SecureVM with Microsoft's encryption solution.
The networking company bolsters its cloud portfolio by buying Tail-f Systems.
Dell works with Nutanix to provide customers with Dell converged infrastructure appliances managed via Nutanix software.
"Wedge" switch and accompanying Linux OS to be proposed as designs for Open Compute Project.
Rebranded Backup Management Suite simplifies accessibility to data and apps at speeds much faster than traditional backup/recovery scenarios.
If your Linux VMs are bogged down, this trick might help. Just be sure you're on Linux kernel 2.6 or newer.
Preview version of newly dubbed Hyper-V Recovery Manager eliminates need for additional hot site for backups.
Lack of management is at the heart of most cloud storage struggles. So why is it that most of the conversation veers away from that topic?
Market leader Amazon fends off challenger Google with matching price cuts and SSD offerings.
OpenStack chasing VMware for private cloud supremacy.
Zerto Virtual Replication 3.5 adds offsite backup -- a bonus for organizations looking for long-term data retention.
FortyCloud helps organizations create overlay networks to lock down public cloud infrastructures.