AnyPresence believes it has a solution with its Mobile Backend-as-a-Service.
There's a dizzying selection of storage solutions out there. Which one is right for you? The answer will often be "more than one."
Microsoft's virtualization platform has matured into a solid, dependable workhorse. Here's a primer for getting the most out of it.
Of course disaster recovery is important for any datacenter; but it's even better to not have to recover from a disaster.
A prediction that couldn't have been more wrong.
To understand what HA solutions best fit your environment, you need to understand their history and how they've evolved.
Digging into Azure IaaS, migrating LOB systems and more.
Microsoft demos a container app that works on both Linux and Windows.
It appears to be similar to the IBM/Apple Arrangement.
Two new products may speed up development time, but do they lead to lock-in?
A new vSphere feature lets multiple virtual machines share a PCI card.
A demo project at this week's Open Networking Summit aims to pave the way for implementing next-generation networking technologies in telecom carriers' central offices, using open standards software and commodity hardware to replace proprietary, fragmented systems.
It's marketed as a simple way to get started with Big Data projects.
The company says its new product does not compete with Microsoft's Active Directory.
Along with executives leaving, several product groups will combine.
Proof of concepts are popping up all over the young software-defined networking (SDN) landscape, with the latest being the first large-scale deployment of the Open Networking Operating System in a live nationwide network.
Two new products that may encroach on offerings from VMware and Microsoft.
Failing to update within the time frame could mean no future security patches.
Pluribus Networks is putting its Pluribus Open Netvisor Linux OS on the hardware giant's Open Networking switches in a software-defined networking partnership.