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Step-by-Step: Upgrading to VCSA 6.7

Due to enhancements to VCSA version 6.7, in particular its performance and vSphere Client, you may want to consider upgrading your VCSA sooner rather than later. Here's how.

When You Shouldn't Use Windows Subsystem for Linux

Just because you have a hammer doesn't mean everything is a nail.

Report of AWS Entering Enterprise Networking Market Roils Industry

A report that Amazon Web Services is considering entering the enterprise networking market sent incumbent stock prices lower and is roiling the industry.

Best Practices for Enrolling Devices into Alexa for Business

If you're ready to welcome Alexa into your office space, here are some helpful hints to ensure easy enrollment for your wireless devices.

Step-by-Step: Creating VMs in Microsoft Azure

Here's what to do (and what not to do) when you want to move a workload to the cloud using a virtual machine on someone else's metal.

Software-Defined Branch Growth Picks Up Pace

The software-defined networking movement continues to expand, with software-defined branches being among the latest offshoots of the new-age networking approach.

MEF Adds to Existing SDN/NFV Training, Certification

With software-defined networking and network functions virtualization steadily gaining traction in the new-age networking space, industry association MEF has announced a new certification program to prove expertise in those areas.

Pivotal Container Service 1.1 GA Aims to Simplify Kubernetes Management

This week VMware Inc. and Pivotal Software Inc. announced the general availability of the next iteration of their Pivotal Container Service (PKS).

OneDrive Data: You Might Need It Later!

Many administrators don't know that OneDrive for Business data is removed 30 days after the user account is deleted. There's a way to fix that.

Storage Spaces Direct Takes Center Stage in Windows Server 2019

Key announcements about Storage Spaces Direct and Hyper-Converged Infrastructure (HCI) in Windows Server 2019 from the Windows Server Summit.

Juniper SD-WAN Update Furthers Multicloud Vision

By updating its SD-WAN offering, Juniper Networks said it has taken another incremental step to help organizations reach multicloud nirvana: managing disparate networks as one cohesive set of resources.

Kubernetes 1.11 Released for Improved Container Orchestration

Kubernetes, a rising star in the open source ecosystem for containers, has improved its orchestration capabilities on a number of fronts in its latest release, version 1.11

Microsoft Ships and Open Sources Azure IoT Edge

Microsoft this week shipped Azure IoT Edge -- its cloud-based solution for bringing local intelligence to distributed Internet of Things devices -- while making it open source.

How IBM Became the First Server Company to Support VMware

It all started when original founder Mendel Rosenblum spoke with Sequent Computer Systems about his ideas.

VMware Releases Public Beta of Kubernetes-as-a-Service Offering

Public beta of VMware Kubernetes Engine (VKE) released.

Research Firm Says 5G Drives Wireless Network Functions Virtualization

New research from Dell'Oro Group indicates next-generation 5G wireless technology is boosting the use of NFV.

ONF Unveils SDN, NFV Reference Designs for Service Providers

The Open Networking Foundation unveiled reference designs to help service providers and operators leverage software-defined networking and network functions virtualization in their modern networks.

Getting to Know the Basic AWS CLI Command Syntax

Although similar to PowerShell, the AWS command structure does have its own nuances.

The Rise of Hyper-Converged Infrastructure

What HCI means to your data storage plan.

Hands-On with WSL: Installing Kali Linux

Tom Fenton outlines the steps to take to install Kali on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), and discusses some of the issues he encountered and how he worked around them.

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