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HP Offers SDN for Mobile-Ready Workplaces

HP unveiled hardware and software to bring the benefits of software-defined networking (SDN) to campus systems supporting the demands of mobile-ready workplaces.

Latest Windows 10 Build Adds New Features -- and Bugs

Microsoft is also ramping up for big events, like Build and Ignite.

Containers Are the Next Game Changer

VMware, Microsoft announcements hint at the future for admins.

Freescale Adds White-Box Switching Platform for SDN

For today's increasingly virtualized networks, Freescale Semiconductor announced a network services switching platform to meld the benefits of traditional hardware with the advantages afforded by new-age technologies such as software-defined networking.

The Cloud Now Accounts for One-Third of Total IT Infrastructure Spending

The ubquitious cloud continues to conquer the datacenter, now accounting for one-third of all IT infrastructure spending, according to new research from IDC.

The Problem of Synching Cloud Data

Bedrock Data thinks it has a solution.

VMware Earnings Up 11 Percent in Q1 2015

CEO Pat Gelsinger called the results "solid."

New Ethernet Switches Fill Out Avaya SDN Offering

Two months after Avaya Inc. introduced its software-defined networking (SDN) architecture, the company is adding new Ethernet switches to fill out the offering.

Research Explores Adoption of SDN in Local Networks

New report indicates 72 percent of enterprises planning SDN deployments in local campus networks by the end of 2017.

Supercharged Azure Storage Plan Now Available

Up to 64,000 IOPS per VM is supported at the new tier.

The Meaning Behind the VMware Projects Photon and Lightwave

The company finally gets its own OS.

VMware Launches Two Open Source Container Projects

Called Project Photon and Project Lightwave, they provide an infrastructure and security model for containers in the cloud.

Windows 10 in July? Yes, Says Tech Exec

Microsoft does not confirm that date.

More Efficient Virtual Machines Through Intelligent Caching

Infinio promises greater vSphere performance.

Install Problems Put SQL Server 2014 SP1 on the Shelf

Microsoft will push out again within the next few weeks.

Open Source Offshoot Is Closed by Microsoft

The company feels it's no longer relevant.

Microsoft Pushes Out Docker Windows Client

It comes the same week that Docker got a round of funding that may have made it a $1 billion company.

Pluribus Updates Netvisor for Software-Defined Networking

Software-defined networking (SDN) company Pluribus Networks this week updated its Netvisor network hypervisor OS for better integration with existing networks.

How to Recover a Virtual Machine with Veeam

Its Availability Suite v8 got a customer's vital VM back online in a snap.

Could Application Virtualization Be the Key for Windows Server 2003 Migrations?

There's not a lot of time left to find a solution.

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