Many who are holding off on cloud deployments will realize soon enough that their enterprises will be more reliant on cloud services in due time.
Convirture is hoping it can spread the use of its multi-hypervisor management software by letting administrators manage their KVM and Xen virtual machines (VMs) in the cloud.
Cloud Cruiser has extended the analytics engine designed to help IT decision makers determine whether it's more financially feasible to use private or public cloud services.
"Export" in Hyper-V 2012 R2 and "Clone" SCVMM 2012 R2 are one in the same capability.
The sudden "retirement" of CEO Lanham Napier has brought to the surface a lingering question looming over Rackspace: Can the pure-play cloud and hosting provider sustain its battle with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and a slew of other formidable challengers?
AirWatch was the right buy. Now, VMware should integrate EMC's Syncplicity. It just makes sense right now.
A project underwritten by the Linux Foundation this week released the first open source tool for software-defined networks (SDNs).
Microsoft latest release of System Center 2012 R2 allows admins to manage both virtualization platforms through a single management pane.
Very soon after Satya Nadella was named Microsoft CEO, he laid out the company's vision in a speech before customers, partners and Microsoft employees in which he quickly outlined the company's "mobile first/cloud first" message.
Citrix does the right thing and puts its back into a product line that seemed to be ignored internally for all the wrong reasons.
In its latest round of price cuts, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is reducing pricing for its S3 and Elastic Block Storage Service (EBS).
The hypervisor wars are over, dead, kaput. Long live hypervisors!
IBM on Friday said it will invest $1.2 billion to extend the global footprint of its public cloud infrastructure.
It's read-only, but it's a big enough boost in speed to matter.
New personnel is nice, but VMware needs to make quick gains on its competitors in the EUC space.