I tried Xangati for ESX to find out why the tool was different from other virtual infrastructure performance-monitoring solutions. Here's what I found out.
Your vSphere infrastructure needs monitoring, and that's where vCenter Operations comes in. Let's take a look at how to work with it.
VMware Lab's ThinApped vSphere client allows running the client without installing it.
The typical IT gauges don't translate well for measuring virtualization efficiencies. You'll need to look at it from a different angle.
- By Andrew Hillier
Dell today said it is investing $1 billion in cloud computing under a two-year plan to build out datacenters that will let customers subscribe to virtualized compute infrastructure and storage.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Microsoft's Free Hyper-V needs a GUI. In the meantime, a third-party provider has filled in the gap.
VMware customers looking for openness in cloud solutions might see vSphere support in the forthcoming OpenStack Compute "Cactus" release as a opportunity.
- By Michael Domingo
Microsoft rolled out the final release-to-Web (RTW) version of its Windows Intune PC management and security service on Thursday, during the Microsoft Management Summit in Las Vegas.
There's browsing the Web, and then there's kinda browsing the Web with vSphere. Here's a tool that removes the "kinda" part.
The Apple iPad got a major enterprise nod this week from virtualization giant VMware Inc.
- By Scott Bekker
Customers who use Microsoft's Desktop Optimization Pack can now download the latest version that includes updated application virtualization and desktop virtualization tools.
In this new column, Taneja Group lead virtualization analyst Dave Bartoletti will offer his personal insights and findings on all trends virtual and cloud.
- By Dave Bartoletti
Read the forgetful manual. It'll save you some pain later on when troubleshooting vSphere.
The latest offering from RingCube creates a VDI client that can be customized for each user, but still enables pooled licenses, easy updates and centralized control of settings.
- By Logan Harbaugh
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