It will offer round-the-clock support for new or existing Azure deployments.
Using Ravello Systems to create proof-of-concept upgrades.
Redmond will add installation and configuration help for various Linux distributions.
DataGravity builds its comprehensive analysis right into its appliances.
A wide range of storage arrays have been made available with the release.
Microsoft pitches it as a "unified solution for workload-aware disaster recovery."
Storage is one of the areas most affected by virtualization.
Do you need what vendors are selling?
Maybe, muses Jon Toigo in the return of his column, it failed through lack of interest, rather than poor technology.
The company has struggled to carve out its virtualization niche.
The company hopes to differentiate its offering by highlighting its expertise with the open source cloud platform.
A report claims that new law enforcement policies are making things less secure.
A war of words continues to escalate.
Cisco this week invested in a Parisian new-generation networking company as part of a broader initiative to bolster French digital businesses, but some see the move as a long-range strategic positioning against SDN/NFV competitors.
Trying to select one and only one hypervisor to create virtual environments can be a fool's errand.
Gartner says that any boost will likely come next year.
The move is a drastic reminder of the company's struggles in the smartphone space.
Within four years, predicts IDC, that number will increase to nearly half of all infrastructure spending.
Condusiv takes aim at Windows I/O requests to optimize virtual workloads.
Masergy Communications announced Virtual f(n), an NFV solution that puts networking routing and firewall capabilities entirely into the software realm.