Two big trends: Microsoft becomes the hybrid cloud leader, container wars turn bloody.
A lot happened in the past year. Here are five highlights.
An updated review of Apollo Cloud by PROMISE Technology.
Unidesk packages apps as modular virtual disk "layers."
Public cloud computing costs more than do-it-yourself datacenters. Except when it doesn't.
IoT is here, but isn't yet well developed. Before jumping in, consider carefully what's available now and what your goals are for the future.
Our picks for the best of the best.
The new release includes a diagnostic tool.
To get ahead, you need to stay agile.
No DMZ is required for the new service.
The 'Creators Update' may not be out until March 2017, though.
It's focused on document sharing in the cloud.
Cloud-native architecture can be complex and confusing. Here's a roadmap to help you get started.
It's the first official roadmap Microsoft has published for the product.
Don't overlook this aspect of moving operations into the cloud.
Year-over-year growth is strong, while license revenue lags.
It's clear that Europe is no longer VMworld's "little sister" show.
It's the only new version that retains the processor-based licensing model.
Bare-metal cloud services take another step in IaaS.
It's VMware's second major cloud partnership; the first was with IBM.
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