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Containerized DB Claims Huge Performance Gains

ClustrixDB says it's the first to offer a database engine in a container.

Storage Between Two Worlds

The current fascination with software-defined storage (SDS) isn't really new.

Outfitting Your Home Lab On the Cheap

Practical advice for finding gear -- and what gear to find.

Virtual Servers and Containers at Oracle OpenWorld 2016

Observations from the show, and a fire drill.

SDN Platforms Boron, Hummingbird Released

Seen by some as competing for supremacy in the software-defined networking controller space, the ONOS Project and the OpenDaylight Project just released respective platforms within one day of another

Oracle OpenWorld 2016 Showcases Virtualization

The company wants to compete with Amazon in the cloud.

6 Cool VMworld 2016 Vendors

Companies on the cutting edge of virtualization.

5 Takeaways From VMworld 2016

Cross-cloud architecture, containers and Dell highlight the show.

Windows Server 2016: Virtualization Unleashed

Microsoft has made a host of improvements to its core virtualization stack in the latest version of its flagship server.

Startup Offers Insight Into IBM Virtual Storage

SVA Software comes out of stealth mode.

Microsoft Azure Q&A with Corey Sanders

How did Azure get to be the No. 2 public cloud platform, and other questions for an Azure executive.

Public Cloud Security: Don't Believe the Hype

As happens so often, the rhetoric does not match the reality.

VMware's Cloud Pivot at VMworld 2016

The company changed focus more to collaboration than one-stop-shopping.

Ipswitch: Simple Pricing for Mid-Market Monitoring

Rejecting the piecemeal pricing strategy is good for customers.

Power Management in Hyper-V

Strike the best balance between Hyper-V power and performance.

The Evolution of VMware's vMotion

How it started, where it is, where it's going.

Azure Stack: Squeezing the Little Guy

The growing cloud divide that's separating SMB from enterprise.

Pivot3 Updates Its QoS Tool

The hyperconvergence vendor moves to generation 4.

HPE Extends Software-Defined Partnership with Arista Networks

With the maturation of software-defined networking in the enterprise, Arista switches will join HPE's FlexFabric and Altoline product lines.

Red Hat Virtualization 4: An Overview

Adding value through greater integration.

Virtualization Review

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