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Docker Buys Software-Defined Networking Startup

SocketPlane, which took off just three months ago, will add six SDN experts to the Docker roll.

5 Tips for Getting VMware Certified

There are wrong ways and right ways to prepare for your tests. Here are some of the right ways.

Making Sense of Docker Logs

Docker containers have their own set of challenges when it comes to monitoring. Logentries has produced a solution.

Cloud Comparison: AWS Falling Behind in Mind Share

Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) comes out on or near the top of most cloud usage surveys, but a recent report indicates growth is slowing down for the perennial cloud services frontrunner.

VMware App Volumes, Part 3: Configuring an App Stack

In this installment, learn how to create an App Stack, then assign it.

IBM Continues Its Climb to the Clouds

New hybrid technologies are the latest addition to the Big Blue growing portfolio.

Oracle Adds Switches, Services to SDN Effort

Oracle added to its software-defined networking (SDN) portfolio with today's unveiling of new Ethernet switches and virtual network services.

A Docker Adoption Survey Worth Reading

The results show where the push for containerization is coming from within organizations.

How To Create VMware Virtual Volumes

VVOLs, as they're known, could revolutionize your datacenter. Learn how they work and how to set them up.

Survey: Private Cloud Adoption Slows

Public clouds, on the other hand, made significant gains in the RightScale poll.

SUSE Jumps into the Software-Defined Storage Market

SUSE Enterprise Storage is unveiled, further crowding the space.

Poll: Microsoft Azure Nearly Ties AWS in Cloud Usage

Public clouds also outpaced private cloud usage in the informal, limited survey.

Avaya Takes SDN to the Edge

Avaya Inc. today unveiled a new software-defined networking (SDN) architecture, building on its fabric-based networking technologies.

Red Hat Integrates More Closely With OpenStack

The goal, says Dan, is to make it a "serious enterprise tool" with its deep hooks into the open source, private cloud platform.

HP Will Boost 'Brite Box' Open Switch Portfolio

Reflecting an industry migration away from proprietary, locked-in networking solutions, Hewlett-Packard Co. will add to the ever-expanding universe of open, white box components, a key part of the new era of software-defined networking and network functions virtualization.

5 Ways vSphere 6 Will Change the Datacenter

vSphere 6 has more than 650 new features. Here are five of the ones that have the ability to transform your environment.

New Hyperconvergence Player Promises No Lock-In

Springpath's SDDC solution isn't tied to any specific hardware platform.

StackIQ: 'Warehouse-Grade' Server Management

The company says its products have automated more than one million servers.

SDN Group Forms Open Source Community, Code Repository

The Open Networking Foundation industry consortium formed to further the advancement of new-age software-defined networking technologies today announced a new open source software community and code repository.

Gartner: IDoT Is Necessary for the IoT

The IT researcher adds a new security category to the Internet of Things, called the Identity of Things.

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