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VMware vSphere Integrated Containers 1.3 Now Available

VMware Inc. announced the 1.3 version release of its enterprise container infrastructure technology, vSphere Integrated Containers.

Hands-On with WSL: Running Graphical Apps

The fourth article of a five-part series on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

Linux Foundation Seeks Open Source Networking Collaboration

The Linux Foundation, said to host nine of the top 10 open source networking projects, is seeking to foster collaboration among those disparate offerings with a new "administrative structure" called the LF Networking Fund.

Study Says Versa's SD-WAN Platform Works Well on AWS Cloud

The Cloud IP Platform from Versa Networks can help organizations implement SD-WANs on the Amazon Web Services cloud, according to research commissioned by the cloud giant.

Dell Reportedly Considers Reverse Merger with VMware

According to several news reports, it appears there might be a reverse merger of Dell and VMware.

Report: 'Cloud and Distributed Computing' Are Skills Companies Need Most

In its "Most Promising Jobs 2018" report published in mid-January, LinkedIn includes a list of the most in-demand skills, with Cloud and Distributed Computing landing at the top.

Hands-On with WSL: Installing Other Linux Distros

The third article of a five-part series on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL).

How To Protect Your AWS Images Against Accidental Data Loss

Brien Posey drills down on how to set up termination protection in the Amazon EC2 dashboard to prevent mission-critical instances from being accidentally deleted.

5 Attributes to Look for in Your VDI Client

Whether you're using an on-premises or off-premises VDI solution, there are specific qualities to consider when selecting an endpoint client for your users.

Verizon Joins ONAP Network Automation Project to Boost SDN/NFV

Verizon joined the Open Network Automation Platform, under the direction of The Linux Foundation, to boost industry efforts around software-defined networking and network functions virtualization.

Veeam Acquires N2WS

The all-cash deal valued at $42.5 million is the first acquisition for the company in almost a decade.

Report: SDN/NFV Hampered by Skills Shortage, Other Challenges

Cartesian says network virtualization efforts led by software-defined networking and network functions virtualization haven't lived up to their hype, hampered by a skills shortage, organizational/operational problems, multi-vendor integration issues and more.

How To Use the AWS Service Health Dashboard

Because things can go wrong with the cloud service, an easy way to determine where the problem is occurring is to use the Service Health Dashboard.

Hands-On with WSL: Executing Daily Tasks

The second of a five-part series on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), now a fully supported feature of Windows 10.

Vendors Address Emerging Container Technology at KubeCon 2017 + CloudNativeCon 2017

Due to the dynamic nature of containers and their ability to scale, they present unique security challenges and, predictably, various companies have emerged to address these challenges.

Microsoft Announces 'General Availability' of Accelerated Networking for Azure VMs

Available for use with both Linux- and Windows-based VMs, Microsoft's Accelerated Networking technology for Azure virtual machines is now generally available.

Hands-On with WSL: Installation & New Features

The first of a five-part series on Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), which became a fully supported feature of the latest release of Windows 10.

Veeam Announces Record-Breaking Numbers for 2017

Veeam Software today announced record-breaking revenue growth in total bookings for 2017, plus other increased numbers, putting the decade-old virtualization innovator on the path to becoming a billion-dollar company in 2018.

Important Announcements Made at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon 2017

Due to its size and importance, many companies -- both large and small -- choose to announce their new products and services at the event. Here are some that caught Tom Fenton's attention.

The Internet and the Edge

The intersection of two emerging technologies, and what it means for the future of computing.

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