Open source, software-defined storage and a hybrid on-premises/cloud model have all converged in a new commercial offering announced by Nexenta.
A look at the primary use cases of Microsoft's "hybrid cloud appliance" and how it might fit into your organization’s cloud strategy.
- By Paul Schnackenburg
As Dell now has a complete stack for the on-premises datacenter, this event should have a little something for everyone.
Microsoft on Friday announced that its Azure Availability Zones datacenter uptime assurance offering for VM workloads is now commercially available in two Azure regions.
Careful selection of your cloud partners is essential. Start small, and build experience and trust over time.
Microsoft released a preview on Monday of a new Serial Console command-line tool that's designed to help recover Linux and Windows virtual machines (VMs) running on Azure infrastructure.
Ensure your services are being used in an optimal manner.
Tom Fenton walks through upgrading a VMware Horizon environment, installing a Linux desktop, configuring a Linux guest for instant clones and deploying instant clone desktops.
As part of a wider effort to bolster the security of its cloud platform, Google this week unveiled a new dashboard-type solution to help organizations monitor their cloud environments.
A stagnant and feature-poor market has grown into a rich and vibrant ecosystem filled with a variety of offerings to meet any need.
Beyond management applications there are more practical concerns that need to be borne in mind when thinking about engaging in hybrid and multi-cloud IT deployments.
If you've been tasked with embracing the cloud, how exactly do you get there? Here's a rundown of the basic workloads to consider.
I can't tell you which monitoring solution is right for your mix of workloads and infrastructure, but I can tell you what to keep an eye out for.
Microsoft this week described its plans to increase its number of cloud datacenter regions, expanding the global reach of its Azure and Office 365 services.
The level of attention to privacy, security and data sovereignty won't be easy. Companies that haven't already started down this path are potentially in deep, deep trouble.
With a mixture of backup methods, understanding the workloads to be protected and tackling technical debt, even the smallest organizations can achieve near-zero data loss.
Microsoft recently added new Azure Virtual Machine sizes, with options for running isolated and GPU-based workloads.
VMware announced a wide-ranging initiative to simplify multi-cloud adoption and expand its Cloud Services portfolio.
Not all backup and DR solutions support all methods, and not all methods are appropriate for all workloads. Choose wisely.