Upgrading to Exchange Server 2016 will be a multi-step process.
A timeline is strangely missing, however.
The burgeoning managed security services arena is set for a boost from the growing use of software-defined networking and network functions virtualization, according to a new report from research firm IHS Technology.
The Azure Service Fabric promises to increase the stability and reliability of VMs and other applications.
PowerShell becomes more developer friendly.
PLUMgrid, which provides software-defined networking and network functions virtualization solutions for OpenStack cloud implementations, announced the latest edition of its Open Networking Suite, now at version 5.0.
Rancher is an open source manager that integrates other container managers.
In time, it will likely replace the current Flash client.
The product has been released as a limited beta, and expects a full release later this year.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
Photon Controller now almost "feature complete," according to the company.
With the deal, LANDESK adds virtualization security and management to its portfolio.
- By Jeffrey Schwartz
One is an open source community release aimed at service providers, one is a proprietary solution that also targets enterprise deployments, but both serve to show the fast-paced growth of new-age SDN and NFV technologies.
Office, SharePoint and Exchange are among the offerings that could be affected.
VMware has the lion's share of the market, according to a 451 Research survey.
The change in update patterns may be due to the need to support power requirements for future Windows 10 devices.
The OPNFV Project has come out with its second platform release in its continuing effort to accelerate the introduction of new network functions virtualization (NFV) products and services, now dubbing the technology as being "lab ready."
Up to 64TB of cloud-based data can be managed.
Creating "dynamically provisioned perimeters" for clouds and datacenter infrastructures.
- By John K. Waters
Carl Eschenbach is leaving to join a venture capital firm.
The OpenDaylight Project cited the growth and diversification of its software-defined networking platform as it issued a new release, Beryllium.