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How To Get the Most Out of VMworld 2017

There's so much to do, see and learn at VMworld. Here's your guide to navigating the show.

The Changing Challenges of End-User Computing

As fragmented endpoint devices meet increasingly fragmented data, applications, services and storage, new ways of thinking about how to tie it all together are emerging.

Q&A with VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger

Gelsinger's take on Dell, cloud computing, his vision for the future and more.

What My Father Taught Me About Cloud Computing

Wells and city water have more in common with the cloud than you might think.

WIRED: The Internet of Things Is Coming. Plan Accordingly.

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.

The Top 10 Virtualization Stories of 2016

VMware gets a new owner, Citrix gets a new leader and the future gets even cloudier. It was a busy news year.

The 2016 Virtualization Review Editor's Choice Awards

Our picks for the best of the best.

Peeling Back the Cloud-Native Architecture Layers

Cloud-native architecture can be complex and confusing. Here's a roadmap to help you get started.

Flash Storage: a Virtualization Game-Changer

All new technology is promoted as transformational. This one truly is.

A New Spin On Virtualization

The idea behind server startup Kaleao is that each application gets its own resources, rather than fighting over shared ones.

The ISV Support Tug-Of-War

Customers need to demand that they support multiple hypervisors.

Telepresence: the Next VDI Frontier?

It's becoming a viable way to attend events, but needs tuning.

Customer Q&A: Hyper-convergence

Why a company decided to go hyper-converged, and why it chose SimpliVity.

A 'Top vSphere Tips and Tricks' Non-Listicle

No Buzzfeed gimmicks here; just good reasons why attending TechMentor may save your career from a horrible death.

The Downside of Windows Server 2016 for Virtualization Admins

Not all the virtualization upgrades are improvements.

Hypervisors and Microvisors: A Primer

Understanding the distinctions is crucial.

VMware Virtual SAN 6.5 Quick Look

While it's not as extensive an upgrade as vSphere 6.5, it still adds some important capabilities.

vSphere 6.5 First Look

Improved UI, more security and better container support headline the upgrades to VMware's flagship hypervisor.

Storage Wars

Storage is easier to use, but still not affordable for SMBs.

Hyper-convergence: The Choice Is Yours

Vendors need to go beyond pre-packaged offerings, though.

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