Virtualization Management


Disaster Recovery: Not Dead Yet

In the age of virtualization, many think high availability trumps disaster recovery. Think again: It's more necessary than ever.

VMware Announces Revenues of $1.6 Billion for Second Quarter 2014

License income experiences strong rise as well.

Dell Adds To Its VDI, Cloud Offerings

New thin clients are part of a "vWorkspace" upgrade.

Backup and Replication with vSphere 6.0

Licensing changes and feature upgrades close the competition gap.

Replicate Your vSphere 6.0 Infrastructure in the Cloud

Using Ravello Systems to create proof-of-concept upgrades.

Dell EqualLogic OS 8.0 with vSphere Virtual Volumes

A wide range of storage arrays have been made available with the release.

Whatever Happened to the VDI Revolution?

Maybe, muses Jon Toigo in the return of his column, it failed through lack of interest, rather than poor technology.

Mirantis Unveils OpenStack Cloud Appliance

The company hopes to differentiate its offering by highlighting its expertise with the open source cloud platform.

Decision Points for Your Hypervisor Choice

Trying to select one and only one hypervisor to create virtual environments can be a fool's errand.

Avoiding the 'I/O Blender' Effect

Condusiv takes aim at Windows I/O requests to optimize virtual workloads.

How To Use the vCenter 6 Content Library

It's a new feature that introduces tighter security controls into your virtual infrastructure.

The Storage Explosion Is Here

There's a dizzying selection of storage solutions out there. Which one is right for you? The answer will often be "more than one."

Untangling the World of Mobile Device Management

AnyPresence believes it has a solution with its Mobile Backend-as-a-Service.

Hyper-V in the Real World

Microsoft's virtualization platform has matured into a solid, dependable workhorse. Here's a primer for getting the most out of it.

Designing vSphere Environments for High Availability

Of course disaster recovery is important for any datacenter; but it's even better to not have to recover from a disaster.

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