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VMware vSphere and IPv6: A Good Match?

Rick Vanover says you should consider disabling the protocol on vSphere.

IBM's Hybrid Cloud Vision: Self-Serving or an Improved View?

IBM is trying to convince people to see hybrid clouds in a new way, as "systems of record" and "systems of engagement."

SDN Thrives as Outside Datacenter Disruptions Loom

One analyst paints rosy picture for software-defined networking as another warns of outside threats that could disrupt everything.

The Top 5 Mobile Security Concerns

It's a BYOD world, and organizations know it. Here are the things that worry them the most.

HP Buys Cloud Vendor Eucalyptus

The deal may signal a big shift in HP's cloud strategy

Will HP Provide Leadership or 'Followship' in the Cloud?

A conversation with HP's Bill Hilf reveals a lot about the company's cloud strategy.

The Wolf of VMware: A Q&A with VMware's Chris Wolf

From Virtualization Review (kind of) to VMware Americas CTO, Chris Wolf runs to the top of the virtualization ranks.

5 Tips For Working With HP's StoreVirtual VSA

StoreVirtual is one of the most popular virtual storage packages out there. Here are a handful of things you can do to get the most out of it.

Application Configuration and Management With Qubell

The Web site is weak, but the product has potential.

Do You Really Need Storage Management Software?

Local storage, virtualized storage, storage in the cloud. It's a mystery as to how we know what we have available on our sprawling systems. That's where storage management solutions come to the rescue.

VMware Program Managers Look Down the Road

Top VMware executives driving strategies for end-user computing, network virtualization and hybrid cloud talk about the year ahead.

What Docker Is -- and Is Not

The containerization software has promise, but it's important to understand what its strengths and weaknesses are.

How to Configure EVO:RAIL Out of the Box

Is it easy to set up VMware's hyper-convergence appliance? James Brown finds out.

Microsoft Aims To Keep Pace with AWS in Cloud Price War

Top Microsoft cloud executive Scott Guthrie on Wednesday reiterated his company's commitment to match the Amazon Web Services (AWS) price cut for price cut.

Back to Basics: A Virtualization Primer

New columnist Dan Kusnetzky defines exactly what he means by "virtualization."

VMworld 2014 News and Notes

Strange hotels, surging innovation highlight my week in San Francisco.

AWS Launches Enterprise File-Sharing Service Zocalo

The Amazon Zocalo service became generally available on Wednesday, less than two months after being released in limited preview.

Dig Deep Into Your Hypervisors

Don't take your hypervisors for granted. If you know them at a surface level, you don't know them at all.

VMworld 2014 Day 2 Keynote: Software-Defined Datacenter Realized

Today's presentation was devoted to spotlighting new and upcoming VMware tools.

AWS To Open Brick-and-Mortar 'Loft' for Developers

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.

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