In 2017, Microsoft has moved to embrace new approaches to computing.
The VMM Analytics integration with OMS will enable "compelling use cases" for organizations.
The storage vendor is once again in the spotlight.
Cray and Markley Group team up to extend the vision of cloud computing.
Microsoft's big show should provide clarity on these issues.
A company built on the world's most popular OS and productivity software has changed radically in just a few years. The cloud has changed everything for the Redmond giant, and not a moment too soon.
Private and hybrid clouds are becoming the new normal.
Unnecessarily complicated login processes demonstrate how far there still is to go.
The company's successfully pivoted; but its new direction must be navigated skillfully, and potholes are everywhere.
VMware is at an exciting and dangerous point in its existence. It can potentially dominate some emerging markets, but can also lose out in several key areas. Choosing wisely is paramount.
They can do a lot more than just test and dev.
The big news was partnerships with Amazon, a deeper dive into containers and an important security product.
ZeroStack makes a bold claim.
The quest to unify enrollment, management and security of all devices in Workspace One comes together as VMware extends AirWatch MDM to the desktop.
Well, it is official; VMware has jumped in with both feet into the partnering with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to complete VMware's cloud vision.
Despite positioning itself as a provider of multi-cloud services, launch of VMware Cloud on AWS looms large at VMworld, where company also focused on NSX-based networking and hypervisor-based security with release of AppSense.
Revenue was up more than 12 percent from the previous year.
How it's changing datacenters and the role of the IT admin.
Also in the pipeline: support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux workloads on Azure Stack.
CoreOS's Kubernetes package was added last week.
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