Strange hotels, surging innovation highlight my week in San Francisco.
The Amazon Zocalo service became generally available on Wednesday, less than two months after being released in limited preview.
Don't take your hypervisors for granted. If you know them at a surface level, you don't know them at all.
- By Greg Shields, Don Jones
Today's presentation was devoted to spotlighting new and upcoming VMware tools.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) Inc. will open a brick-and-mortar store in San Francisco this fall as part of an effort to educate developers on its cloud services, the company announced last week.
The good and bad from virtualization's biggest party.
VMware's Robin Matlock, Pat Gelsinger, Bill Fathers and Carl Eschenbach took the stage to urge IT to be "brave" when it comes to hybrid cloud adoption.
It's a little more worn now, but I'm pleased to announce that I'm back in the saddle of Virtualization Review.
The U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has approved Amazon Web Services (AWS) to handle more sensitive data for the Department of Defense (DoD).
The capability will be put back in System Center Virtual Machine Converter this fall.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
VMware also rebrands its service provider programming, calling it the "VMware vCloud Air Network."
Definitions of software-defined networking (SDN) are all over the place, and so are market predictions, but it's clear the new technology is primed for explosive growth.
A well-funded startup, DataGravity promises to unlock the potential of data stored on its appliances.
The application-delivery technology is expected to be integrated with Horizon 6.
GuardiCore Ltd. doesn't think you can keep the bad guys out of your datacenter, so it's going to fight them after they get in, using software-defined networking (SDN) techniques to protect SDNs.
His resignation from the Board of Directors ends his 34-year association with the company he was instrumental in shaping.
Zend Technologies, curator of the PHP scripting language, recently made its PHP development platform available as a Platform as a Service (PaaS) via Amazon Web Services (AWS).
General availability is expected in the spring, according to media reports.
Is there a difference between these two seemingly similar storage concepts? Yes, and it has to do with how that storage is managed.
Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) gave its Amazon WorkSpaces product another layer of security this week with the addition of multi-factor authentication.