A Web event detailed the coming attractions.
Rick discovers a Supermicro model that might fit the bill.
Beyond mere software-defined networking, the future of the enterprise datacenter itself will be defined by total infrastructure virtualization, research firm Gartner Inc. said today. But for now, only advanced companies with the prerequisite vision and expertise should try to get a jump on that future.
Too often, a 'time-to-market' mindset leads to sloppy products.
It may hold the key to getting a handle on unstructured data.
The best part? They're free to use.
VMware's enterprise mobility management suite will integrate with Azure Active Directory.
The VDI product never took off in the enterprise.
Rethinking metadata has led INFINIDAT to new ways of virtualizing storage.
It's true, says Microsoft; the Azure Cloud Switch is a Linux product.
The service already has more than 200,000 images.
Ultimately, for this attendee, the show is about relationships.
Brocade Communications Systems this week came out with a new software-defined networking (SDN) controller and associated applications based on the OpenDaylight Lithium release.
A Q&A with a Microsoft executive, who explains why some organizations would benefit from the service.
Univa updates Grid Engine to work with containers.
Security is still seen as the chief concern for most admins.
As storage changes, Microsoft has kept up with its latest offerings. See how fast it can be with this hands-on test.
The attack works by modifying firmware, and is customizable once it takes control.
Hyperconvergence means fewer appliances and simpler datacenter networking.
Virtualization and software-defined networking have complicated these challenges, but there's no shortage of solutions.