Curvature and DataCore wonder why it's necessary to rip-and-replace perfectly good systems.
The head honcho dishes on his company's relationship with Microsoft, whether containers will overtake virtual machines, what attendees at VMworld 2015 can expect and more.
Many approaches, many solutions. Which is best for you?
Upgraded versions of vSphere and Hyper-V allow you to do more than ever with local storage.
VMware won't be playing up certain topics at its big show later this month.
The new hypervisor isn't for apps, breaking from the traditional model.
It claims to be VMware-friendly from the start.
Tom has a particular interest in software-defined storage topics at this year's show.
The hyperconvergence vendor stonewalls a storage review Web site.
Rumors are flying as recent reports suggest that VMware may buy out its parent.
At the vanguard of the networking revolution, network operators are marching inexorably toward software-defined networking, a new study from IHS Infonetics indicates.
Dan remembers a meeting with the Citrix CEO that ended on 9/11.
Just what the update actually updates, and what it's called, is cloudy.
Your mileage may -- and probably will -- vary significantly.
Businesses that plan on immediate adoption may want to wait a bit.
The key selling point is its 350-plus partner ecosystem.
Microsoft has changed a lot with its latest OS, and enterprises are struggling with adoption strategies.
Software-defined networking project sees growth in contributors, sponsoring members and commercial products.
Mobile device management is among the AWOL options.