The virtualization giant discussed the erasing of boundaries between the public and private cloud.
Few IT companies can say they have forever changed the datacenter more quickly, or completely, than VMware.
Just because a site has just one server doesn't mean it can't -- or shouldn't -- be virtualized.
It may be out of sight, but it shouldn't be out of mind.
What it is, why you should care and the two primary offerings.
Putting your databases in the public cloud might be scary, but the rewards are substantial. Here's how this fictional company does it.
It's a two-horse race at the top, but the smaller players are also helping shape the industry's direction.
Curvature and DataCore wonder why it's necessary to rip-and-replace perfectly good systems.
The Apache Mesos project is for large-scale production environments.
Big Switch Networks revealed enhancements for its software-defined networking fabric in VMware and OpenStack environments, along with what it claims to be the first SDN elastic pricing model.
It's designed to facilitate pushing desktops and apps to any user on any device through a cloud-agnostic platform.
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.