Application Virtualization


Citrix Posts Big Losses for 2014, Announces Layoffs

About 900 employees and contractors will be losing their jobs.

VMware App Volumes, Part 1: Introduction and Requirements

Unsure about whether App Volumes is for you? In this primer, Sean untangles its uses and what you'll need to give it a spin.

Citrix Acquires Sanbolic

The move helps shore up a weakness in the Citrix lineup.

VDI: It's All About the Apps, Stupid

Dell knows about the importance of delivering applications to end users, since it's one of the biggest hardware manufacturers in the industry. Here's the company's take on the different ways it can be done.

The Rise of Shipping Container Datacenters

New computing assumptions require outside the box -- or, in this case, inside the box -- solutions.

2015 Virtualization Predictions

2015 is no longer on the way -- it's here. What do some leading virtualization and cloud industry experts expect to see this year?

3 Virtualization Predictions for 2015

Dan sees more infiltration of virtualization technologies into the enterprise in the coming year.

2015 Prediction: The Emergence of Workspace Management-as-a-Service Platform

Mitch Parker of Citrix believes the platform "will offer APIs to connect to all of the on-premises datacenter elements seamlessly."

VMware Releases Real-Time App Delivery Product

App Volumes had its genesis in the acquisition of CloudVolumes last August.

What Admins Need to Know About Azure

If you haven't looked at or used Microsoft Azure lately, you're missing out. See what it offers, and find out if it will benefit your business.

Docker Adds Orchestration Capabilities

The services are aimed at supporting multi-container, multi-host distributed applications.

VMware Integrates with Container Platforms

It also builds functionality for Docker Machine, used for remote container orchestration, into several core offerings.

It's Godzilla vs. Rodan in 'Container Wars'

Dan analyzes the new fight brewing between Docker and its challengers, including the just-announced Rocket.

Application Troubleshooting Gets Harder

A survey showed that more than a third of companies rely on user notifications to alert them to trouble, instead of monitoring tools.

Rocket Containers, an Alternative to Docker, Blasts Off

CoreOS, in announcing the move, says that Docker has lost sight of its core mission of providing simple application containers.

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