It might look like VMware is approaching solution sprawl, but there's some precision and orchestration among its breadth of offerings. Before you head to San Francisco and VMworld 2014, here's a look at the current state of datacenter solutions as VMware sees it.
VMware's desktop virtualization suite, which debuted in April, is now generally available.
VMware starts testing of major hypervisor update as well as innovative virtual storage management component.
Version 3.4 adds several new ways to manage and provision VMs in large numbers, and adds some significant OpenStack features that simplify VM provisioning and networking in the cloud.
Client virtualization vendor testing its vSpace-based unified workspace solution, with hopes of releasing it at end of June.
HP DL380z Virtual Workstation supports centralized, secure access and demanding workloads.
Choreographer can automate virtual workloads with both Amazon's and Microsoft's cloud realms.
Surviving 8:05 a.m.: One school district's journey implementing VDI.
Citrix Workspaces, a new suite that is likely to replace XenApp and XenDesktop down the road for most users, gets a thorough looking-over by attendees at this year's Citrix Synergy event taking place in Anaheim, Calif. this week.
Revenue for the virtualization company continues to build on the strength of its hypervisor technology, but there's growing interest in its cloud services.
Vanguard release uses client-side virtualization technology to enable Windows and Macs to run fully configured and secure.
Metalogix Email Migrator 3.0 lets you migrate e-mail from any vendor source to any cloud, including Office 365.
Get secure e-mail, calendar, and contacts on any mobile device.
The company's sixth generation virtualization platform for unifying end-user computing has competitors taking notice.
Keep business data secure when printing from consumer devices.
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