Unsure about whether App Volumes is for you? In this primer, Sean untangles its uses and what you'll need to give it a spin.
The VDI giant is evolving beyond its core competency. That's a good thing.
The latest iteration promises dramatic increases in I/O speeds.
The move helps shore up a weakness in the Citrix lineup.
Dell knows about the importance of delivering applications to end users, since it's one of the biggest hardware manufacturers in the industry. Here's the company's take on the different ways it can be done.
Knowing the differences between the two will help you get a handle on what will work best for your environment.
2015 is no longer on the way -- it's here. What do some leading virtualization and cloud industry experts expect to see this year?
Mitch Parker of Citrix believes the platform "will offer APIs to connect to all of the on-premises datacenter elements seamlessly."
App Volumes had its genesis in the acquisition of CloudVolumes last August.
The services are aimed at supporting multi-container, multi-host distributed applications.
It also builds functionality for Docker Machine, used for remote container orchestration, into several core offerings.
Dan analyzes the new fight brewing between Docker and its challengers, including the just-announced Rocket.
Although not a full-fleged client, a new command-line interface may be a harbinger of things to come.
Dan argues that containers are great, but not always the right choice.
Does CTERA's answer get it right?
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